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Old   March 30, 2011, 09:31
Default breakwater, overtopping calculation
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Im simulating the impact of waves on a breakwater.
I need to calculate the overtopping, that is, the water volume falling over the breakwater. I have tried with expressions like:

Water at 25 C. Volume@region and it doesnt work.

Could kindly anyone tell me how to calcule it?
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Old   March 30, 2011, 19:07
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Look at the CFX Reference manual for how to use these functions. Volume gives the volume of a region. You want to integrate the volume fraction over the domain to get the amount of water. Try volumeInt(Water at 25C.Volume Fraction)@Region or something like it.
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