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Old   September 28, 2016, 03:22
Default CFD and dynamic behaviour of un underwater vehicle
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Hi everybody,
I start by saying that I don't know the software ANSYS and I'm learning it through tutorials.
So before losing a month of time learning it for no reason, I wanted to know if is it possible to simulate the dynamic behaviour of an underwater vehicle (with a certain wing shape that cause a downforce) pulled by a cable from a motorboat.
It's not necessary the presence of motorboat into the simulation. But I should be the same if i could enforce a speed at one head of the cable, above the water, and see the behaviour of the underwater vehicle.
I saw that there are all the ingredients: CFD, Multibody, AQWA module (that allow also to simulate cables behaviour), but I don't know if is it possible to combine successfully them.
Could somebody help me?
I thank in advance anyone who will help me.
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