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Old   June 24, 2002, 03:39
David Segersson
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I'm trying to predict changes in the waterlevel due to turbulence around obstacles (for example the pillars of a bridge). I'm using a slip-surface boundary at the watersurface, and would like to calculate the waterlevel from the pressure. The question is how???
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