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Old   March 9, 2024, 10:46
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Hello everyone!

I've been watching some videos online that simulate the Spar Buoy free decay test for pitch and heave motion using the star ccm+ DFBI approach. My university does not provide Star ccm+ licence, rather, they provide us with Fluent license from Ansys.

That being said, I'm curious as to whether a free decay test for heave and pitch motion can be performed in Ansys Fluent using the DFBI technique in Star. Or is there an analogous method in Ansys Fluent that I'm just unaware of?

The goal of the free decay test is to find the total damping coefficient.

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