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Old   August 2, 2022, 22:06
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Hi Reef3d Team,

When I simulate the motion state of the floating body passing through the bridge pier, the CFD model encounter Emergency stop -- N61 velocity exceeding critical value.

How do I deal with this issue? The attachment is the control file, ctrl file, floating file and motion file for the model.

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Old   August 3, 2022, 09:04
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Hi,
This may take some effort to solve, but here are some pointers:

Use "S" structures in control.txt in place of O.

Why is the tank 10 m high if you have a water depth of only 1.6 m? May be you can save some grids there?

The motion file is quite sparse, this can result in large gradients being calculated for the motion of the object, try including more points for time and position (compared to just two positions you currently have)

Grid size and CFL number could also play a role.

Hope that helps
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Old   August 3, 2022, 10:07
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I am sincerely appreciate for your suggestions.

In the more points for time and position you mentioned, how to define the non-straight navigation path of the floating body?

Hope to get more detailed information.

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Prescribing complex pathways for forced motion is not possible currently
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Old   August 7, 2022, 20:44
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Thank you for the reply.

In addition, there might be a problem in the simulation.

Since the flow field is often unstable during the simulation (probably because the inflow boundary is defined by the flow), how to use reef3d to open the flow velocity boundary?

I would be very grateful to hear from you.

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