|February 25, 2009, 15:17||
How to simulate a sea wave striking a ship antenna
These days I am facing a new problem. The question is easy: how would you simulate with Fluent (if possible) a sea wave striking a ships' radio-antenna =)?
I now the pressure specifications on the antenna due to the impact of the wave, but I do not know really how to set up the problem. I have thought in simulating a sea water flow passing by the antenna at a velocity that matches the desired smashing pressure, but I am not really comfortable with this approach: I am not really sure if there is a better way to do that.
Is there any possibility to do this without having to do multyphase (air-water) unsteady (smash on the antenna) flow (I do not have any idea on multiphase nor unsteady cfd sims :P)?
thanks in advance to all!
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