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Old   July 14, 2015, 02:59
Default porous body with sixDoFRigidBodyMotion solver
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Hi,
I would like to simulate a porous body moving subjected to wave forces. I use the sixDoFRigidBodyMotion solver and was wondering if it is possible to define porosity for the moving object?

The motion would not be prescribed but the consequence of wave force and the its the motion of the object as a function of its porosity that I am interested to find.

I would appreciate any help.
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Hi

Have you ever found any solution to that?

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