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Old   March 14, 2008, 16:41
Default Solitary Wave in Fluent.
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I need to model example with breaking solitary wave in Fluent. Can anyone provide some input how to do it? Is UDF (User Defined Function) the way to go? Does anyone have any predefined UDF functions for solitary waves?

I tried to google a bit, but do not find any relevant information on that topic. Any help will be appreciated.

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this thread maybe old,
but sadly I'm still looking for the same problem

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do you know the physics? If yes make equations and implement them in UDF.
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