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Old   April 16, 2006, 16:09
Default Sloshing Problem in Rectangular Baffled tanks
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Hi All, I am solving the slosh dynamics for a rectangular tank. I am facing problem while solving it with Fluent. I am using VOF model. But I am unable to give to-and-fro motion to the tank walls. Plz help me with the procedure to solve it. Plz send me the tutorials if anyone has it. My id is


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Old   September 27, 2013, 14:27
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Hi Prabodh,
I have same project for my thesis.I want to compare baffle designs to reduce water sloshing.
Could you please assist me step by step to do my project?my email is
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