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Old   March 7, 2022, 09:02
Default Creating a Calculation Domain for AUV Maneuvering Analysis
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Hi all;

I want to create a calculation domain for AUV maneuvering analysis. What I exactly want to do is setting an outer domain which is a rectangular prism and inside it a spherical inner domain. There will be an interface between two domains in order to transfer information. For static stability derivatives the inner domain will be rotated by a specific angle of attack or drift. For PMM simulations the inner domain will be oscilliated etc.
My question is how to perform the rotation of inner domain by a desired angle of attack. I have chance to examine the tutorials which uses AMI or MRF but in them the rotation is continuous.
Can anybody help me about this problem?

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