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Old   March 22, 2020, 05:39
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I have recently started using Ansys. For the past several days, I have been trying to simulate a case where a partially submerged tire is run to generate water splash. I keep on running into errors or unrealistic solutions.

I developed my case based on using papers from Open FOAM where they have prepared entry of water through an inlet at equal but opposite autoclicker velocity of the vehicle, the tire is rotated and the bottom domain/ road is translated. This still didn't help me. Am I doing something wrong or havent considered yet? How do I approach this?

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