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Old   June 23, 2014, 08:53
Default Modelling a Fish Robot under water
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I wanted to simulate a fish robot moving underwater with the boundaries of its body moving sinusoidally with respect to time. The fish has to move forward according to the thrust force exerted by it's body on water. How can i do this simulation. I am new to FLUENT, so please do help me to get started with this.
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