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Old   July 23, 2003, 10:50
Default Flooding of submerged body
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hi cfx user,

i m a graduate student and i want to perform this analysis in fluent that "if a submerged body is operating in sea water at a depth of 200m suppose, and a rupture in the structure of the body takes place and flooding starts in one of its section. Now the problem is that how much time does the submerged body take to come to surface.I really require u peoples help. Please tell me the formulae also to calculate this problem if u can. I will be really greatful to your help.Hoping for an early response.
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