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Old   June 20, 2018, 17:12
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Good night sirs.

I'm trying to simulate a towing tank test and in doing so, I need to set up my side plane as a wall. How should I set it?
I tried a wall with a no slip condition with the same speed as my test, is this the correct approach? Also, should I use wave damping on the side walls and what length?
The model has 2m length with 0,4m beam and 0,18m draught. The tank has a breadth of 4,57m and a depth of 1,68m, the test speed is of 4,05 m/s.

Thanks in advance!

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