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Old   September 18, 2013, 10:26
Question simulating fluid-struture
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I'm going to model a floating body(breakwater) containing air chambers which can be compressed. The floating body has mooring lines.

My focus is to understand the wave diffraction of the floating body.
Is there any way that I can model this in ANSYS FLUENT?
I know that it's possible to simulate the body with mooring lines in ANSYS AQWA but as far as I know, no way to simulate the air chamber. IS there any way to combine both these modules?

I apprecite any help
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