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Old   April 21, 2020, 03:19
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Hello all,
I have run a simulation and found out that the isosurface was created new the bottom/keel of my ship. That means I have not set the origin of the ship properly.
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The problem I'm facing now that after importing the mesh in starccm+, I cannot fathom the origin of the ship. Also, I can not figure out what distance should be put in z-axis to touch the draft of the ship.
Can anyone suggest me some way to identify and relocate the origin in ship water line?
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