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Old   February 17, 2000, 04:00
Default Stones and water
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Everybody knows the effect of a stone and the watersurface. If you throw a stone with a small angle of attack on the watersurface, the stone jumps or rebound from the watersurface and so again. We want to simulate these effects with CFD and FEM. Firstly we need some theoreticaly background to get familary with the effects and later to validate the CFD/FEM-code. Does somebody knows where I can get any hints or sources of theoreticaly (i.e. purely mechanicaly) consideration of the effect. For some hints of CFD-Handling of the Problem I'm also grateful

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