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Old   May 5, 2006, 01:27
Default Any good paper to simulate disaster like tsunami?
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I'm quite interested to get some information about CFD simulation of natural disaster. Can anyone tell me some good paper in this area? I'm using commercial code like Fluent & CFX at the moment. Is it possible to run this application on Fluent or CFX?
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Old   May 23, 2006, 15:26
Default Re: Any good paper to simulate disaster like tsuna
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For simulating a tsunami you need a model specialised to offshore applications including wave modelling. Here I would not use the Fluent and CFX. I would recomend the MIKE21 model from DHI Water & Environment. The MIKE21 model is a 2D model, depth avareged, which is sufficient in this case, with a free surface description. Different wave models can bee included.
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