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Old   April 26, 2016, 00:53
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Hi Foamers
I am trying to model a flap energy converter locating at the bottom of the sea and has a couple motion with waves. For that I want to try floatingObject solver(interDyMFoam) and also use waves2Foam for producing waves in my domain. But now it is vague for me that whether is it possible to use this solver for a solid box LOCATED AT THE BOTTOM INSTEAD OF BEING ON THE SURFACE?

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