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Old   August 22, 2006, 20:56
Default How to measure waveheight in Fluent
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Shane
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Hi all,

I have a model of a wave approaching a beach in fluent. I am using the vof model and was wondering if anyone knows of a way to plot the waveheight at each timestep a short distance upstream of where the wave breaks. This will be done to measure the transformation of the wave as it approaches the shore. I thought i could use one of the solve-monitors, however, I can't find anything that measures the waveheight or height of the water.

Thanks in advance.

Shane

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