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Old   September 13, 2019, 05:40
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Hi guys,

I am trying to apply a UDF to move one of the wall of a cubic tank in order to generate wave in the fluid inside.

Regarding these thread I found:

UDF for moving wall (oscillating)
udf for sinusoidally oscillating wall

It seems that I am in a very similar case, because I need to move just one of the faces (let's say along the x-axis for example) to obtain the effect.
Essentially I do not grasp if these codes are moving one wall back and forth, because the key point of simulation is that my wall goes REALLY back and forth between a starting and an ending position (following a cosinusoidal law for the x-velocity that I wrote).

Do they do this? In which part?
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