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Old   January 28, 1999, 14:11
Default Ocean Wave Model with FLOW3D
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Haryo Armono
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Dear all, I'm using FLOW3D to model ocean wave over submerged breakwaters / artificial reefs. When I try to plot water surface time history, It seems slightly accumulating...even when I remove all obstacles (such as generating wave in a flume) Is this commonly happened in Finite Volume Methods? (I'm a newcomer in VOF world) I wonder if somebody here has experience with modelling ocean wave using FLOW3D would share their results in this forum.. or assist me... Thank you in advance Haryo
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