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Old   August 31, 2018, 18:38
Default Changing wave theories in the tutorials
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Hi Niels,

Thanks for an excellent waves2Foam toolbox. I have been trying to understand the waveflume tutorial so that I can implement it in my case on Oscillating water column. In this regard my case is best implementable on stokesSecond order theory. Unfortunately, I seem not to be getting the idea of changing it to fit my case as I am getting this message when I run the edited waveflume tutorial.


"Reading g

Reading waveProperties


Constructing: stokesFirstProperties (Used by another wave theory)
Constructing: stokesSecondProperties

Constructing: potentialCurrentProperties

End"

I am not quite sure if this is correct or there is a problem and the case is still running on the stokesFirstProperties.
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Old   September 6, 2018, 17:16
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Who can help me get an idea on how to implement wave theories on waves2Foam?
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Old   September 28, 2018, 04:28
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Hello,Excuse me,i want to ask have you solved this problem? i also met it now
if you solved it,can you tell me? Thank you very much
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Hello,Excuse me,i want to ask have you solved this problem? i also met it now
if you solved it,can you tell me? Thank you very much
Hi, sorry for the late response. I found out that my results were agreeable when I change the wave theory in the waveFlume tutorial however, you must know the limits or the validity of each wave theory otherwise you will be in real problems. Perhaps, you can look at this website http://www.calqlata.com/productpages/00020-help.html or graph by T. Sarpkaya (book) for more insights.
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Old   October 2, 2018, 05:13
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Thank you very much for your reply in your busy schedule.i seem to understand a lot after looking at the websites and materials you provided.Thank you very much.i wish you a convergence.:d
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