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Old   May 21, 2013, 01:30
Default Ansys Aqwa services needed
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I am currently doing my thesis and its title is "modelling & simulation of drogue when subjected to hydrodynamic forces". Drogue is just a suspension body used to stabilize the buoy moment which is on the surface. i have developed a cad model for the drogue. but i am unfortunately able to setup my problem in an ansys aqwa as i have no experience of it. so i need help in to setup the simulation.

i cant do this simulation in fluent as the operating conditions are being given to me are in the form of wave amplitudes and frequency. as it is desired to develop a drogue model that can withstand its moment within certain limits under sea state 5(WMO number).

SO please anyone having experience using ansys aqwa or even another software through which it can be able to do this simulation, kindly help me on my problem. thanks in advance. i`ll be willing to pay for it. Kindly help me.
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