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 Lukan June 4, 2012 11:49

5th order wave simulation

Hi everyone

I am running a simulation for the Stokes 5th order wave. There are an amount of paramters should be set to determine the wave length, and the solution seems very complicated which should be soluted using a program or something... So anybody can give me any suggestion?

Regards

Kan

 ghorrocks June 4, 2012 18:59

You can put quite complex expressions into CEL. Providing it is an algebraic equation you should be able to do that.

Alternately, if you need more power than CEL can provide you can use fortran, probably as a Junction Box routine so you can code it in Fortran.

 Lukan June 5, 2012 06:13

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 Originally Posted by ghorrocks (Post 364722) You can put quite complex expressions into CEL. Providing it is an algebraic equation you should be able to do that. Alternately, if you need more power than CEL can provide you can use fortran, probably as a Junction Box routine so you can code it in Fortran.
Hi Glenn

Actually I have put a series of expressions into CEL, in which the wavelength was obtained with some simplifications. I read some references, indicating that the wavelength should be obtained by solving two iterative equations. But can CFX solve these equations? Is there any sources or examples I can follow?

Thank you very much

Kan

 ghorrocks June 5, 2012 19:26

You cannot solve these equations in CEL. You will need fortran for this.

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