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Old   December 24, 2009, 10:00
Default How to generate a wave
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I'm an italian student, I have read many forum looking for a way to generate a wave in fluent (2D). I think that there are two options:

1) Interpreted UDF with velocity inlet from stokes theory (velocity_x and velocity_y)

2) Use a moving wall

Which one is easier?

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