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Post Is FLUENT capable of Modeling Breaking Waves
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I'm trying to simulate wave breaking in 2D , just like that may happen in a wave flume .
In wave flume , we have a wave generator : this is a paddle moving back and forth or rotary one... and a part having 1:10 slope ( in reality a beach )
Up to now I succeed to make a solitary wave but It does not break
maybe because of inappropriate dissipation energy, turbulence parameter or methods.
VOF implicit , pressure base , unsteady 1st order , K-epsilon RNG , dynamic mesh , time step 1e-4)

MY QUESTIONS
1.Have anybody done sth like this by FLUENT ( CAPABILITY OF FLUENT )
2. ASKING FOR HELP , CORRECTION OR GUIDANCE

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