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Old   May 17, 2021, 09:29
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Hello,

My name is Vitor, and I'm currently working with sediment transport, and my simulations are actually working. But to improve even further, I would like to add longitudinal
slope, it has a way to "turn" my domain in reef3d? [1]

I have already seen the command "S 8" in divemesh, but my simulations wont work with STL, so it has a similar command to use in the "O :: Objects" contend? [2]

And, if it is possible, does exist an command to rotate the object, similar to "S 5"? [3]

Thanks for your attention. Iím looking forward to your reply
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Hi Vitor,
I am not really sure what you mean by a longitudinal slope, but here are some tips:
if you mean a wedge in the direction of wave propagation, include the structure using S 61 (the slope is seen in the x-z plane as shown in the sketch)


If you want a wedge with a slope that runs in the y-direction, use S 62 (the slope is seen in the y-z plane)

Hope this helps
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