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Old   January 14, 2019, 02:11
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hi foamers:

i uesed stoke 1 model to simulaiton hull motion in the wave , but there is no UMean option in the “wave property”file。so i just simulation the case at 0 speed with stoke 1。
i try to change “U“file to handle this problem but it's not work 。i uploaded my case and some pics anyone had handled this probelm? i need ur help ;)
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