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Pranesh October 16, 2008 06:53

Hydrostatic pressure(rho*g*h)
Is it possible to define a hydrostatic pressure(rho*g*h) on to a under water vehicle using EFD?

Nick Sessions October 16, 2008 08:37

Re: Hydrostatic pressure(rho*g*h)

Pranesh October 17, 2008 01:16

Re: Hydrostatic pressure(rho*g*h)
When the underwater vehicle moving at a velocity(v) there will be variable pressure which is developed due weight of water which is acting on a body. Hw do you consider this using EFD?

Nick Sessions October 17, 2008 06:18

Re: Hydrostatic pressure(rho*g*h)
I imaging that your vehicle must be deep.

Can you create a new fluid (based on water) to set the viscosity for each depth (pressure) that you want to examine? In the current engineering database the parameters are only functions of temperature. Why won't this work?


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