|March 19, 2013, 11:44||
SSIIM- F 36 2: computation of the vertical water surface elevation
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I have a channel with cross- bars where I'd like to use the F 36 2 function to compute the vertical elevation of the water surface with SSIIM 1. However, due to the cross- bars, this function is extremely unstable and diverges. I don't know how to stabilize it- do you have any idea?! I already tried to make a very fine mesh of straight rectangles- it didn't work..
The computation does work with the F 36 0 function, but is far too inexact and does not create the real water surface elevation which was measured in the pilot experiment.
thanks a lot for your help!!
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