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Old   February 13, 2012, 11:31
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I am modelling a wave tank and as I made the simulation more elaborate, I ran into the same problem and the solution in the link worked.

But I have one question, when changing the user specified direction partitioning option, do the inputted values matter, as long as the free surface and the partition boundary don't line up?

I inputted arbitrary values and the simulation appears to be running correctly, but I have many more to run!

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Old   February 13, 2012, 18:30
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The main thing is to get the partition boundaries away from the free surface. I fyou have achieved that then all is well.
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