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Old   August 24, 2013, 21:38
Default chosing Abaqus cfd?
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Hello, i am not very much into cfd and expecially commercial cfd software.

but now, I have a problem to solve. What I would like to ask you, if abaqus cfd, which is available for me, is the right software for solving this.

By right software I mean if it is possible to do it using abaqus cfd.

To determine if it is possible, I need to know, if the following two scenarios can be implemented:

1) A rigid body falling into water.
What I wonder about is: all I have done in cfd so far is initiating a flow, which follows or meets a defined geometry - initiating by defining for example pressure conditions at a certain boundary.
What about "still" water, that "waits" for something falling into it...can issues like surface tension and the reaction of the water on being "disturbed" by a rigid body falling into it (talking about splashing behaviour..) correctly be modelled/calculated in abaqus?

2) What if it is not a rigid body, but a body that can be deformed.
As I understand, this is a multiphysics issue.
Can the deformation of the body, which depend on the force acting on the body when having contact with the water surface, handled with abaqus?

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