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Old   September 28, 2009, 04:01
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Hi, i saw an animation of an aeroplane diving into the sea using DFBI VOF or similar method but I cant remember the website or which software. If anyone has seen it, remind me the web address?
And can anyone guide me how to create this motion of a lifeboat diving into the seat at 40 degree angle then "submarine" under sea surface for a few seconds at 0 degree angle and after a few seconds finally resurface at 40 degree angle. Is it possible to setup this type of controlled motion for DFBI VOF? If not possible, can anyone tell me which software can do it efficiently?
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Old   October 22, 2009, 06:20
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Hi, i saw an animation of an aeroplane diving into the sea using DFBI VOF or similar method but I cant remember the website or which software. If anyone has seen it, remind me the web address?
And can anyone guide me how to create this motion of a lifeboat diving into the seat at 40 degree angle then "submarine" under sea surface for a few seconds at 0 degree angle and after a few seconds finally resurface at 40 degree angle. Is it possible to setup this type of controlled motion for DFBI VOF? If not possible, can anyone tell me which software can do it efficiently?
Yes, it's possible with the latest version of STAR-CCM+, VOF, 6DOF with embedded motion.
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