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VU THUAN August 4, 2008 09:26

Simulation for ship rolling motion in Fluent?
 
Dear Sir

How can make a simulation for ship rolling motion in Fluent? Please I need a help in this topic, and is there any material that can be useful in this affair. Additionally, how can I get the value of added moment and the values of other coefficients, such as the damping and restoring moment coefficients?

Thank in advance

Vu Thuan


Konstantin Mokho August 11, 2008 06:41

Re: Simulation for ship rolling motion in Fluent?
 
I suggest you using STAR-CCM+ for these reasons. It has implemented modile for such kind of problems. For more details see:

http://www.cd-adapco.com/press_room/...tarccm304.html

Kindest Regards, Konstantin

Imraan Parker August 12, 2008 04:46

Re: Simulation for ship rolling motion in Fluent?
 
Hi

I had to simulate a roll decay test last year, and found the "Solving a 2D Box Falling into Water" tutorial very useful. The tutorial is available from the Fluent User Services Center. As I was interested in the roll damping coefficient, I simulated a roll decay test and used standard experimental roll decay testing procedures to extract the required coefficients.

I hope this helps.

Regards, Imraan

VU THUAN August 12, 2008 20:49

Re: Simulation for ship rolling motion in Fluent?
 
Hi Imraan Parker,

Thank you for your suggestion. I also thought as you so that I tried to simulate the motions of a 2D box falling into water but I did not know that there is a tutorial about this from Fluent User Services Center because I had tried to register to use this site but not completed yet. So could you please to send me this tutorial and related files?

Regards, Looking for your replying.

VU THUAN


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