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Old   January 14, 2018, 22:48
Default Alpha.water shoots up above max range during interDyMFoam
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I am trying to simulate a 2 fixed recctangles side by side (gap 0.025m) in a region with sea wave. Im using dynamicRefineFvMesh and courant number control. I would like to know why this happens with alpha.water shooting up above specified max.range. Could this be due to meshing problems?
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Did you find the solution for this problem?
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