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Simulating Wave Interaction with Solid Structures
Posted Tue June 30, 2009 @09:45AM
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Announcements Flow Science will host the webinar Simulating Wave Interaction with Solid Structures Using FLOW-3D on Wednesday July 8 at 10:30am EDT.

Flow Science sales engineers will discuss how FLOW-3Ds unique features make it ideally suited for simulating wave interaction with solid structures.


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FLOW-3D is a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software that can be used to accurately model the 3-D motion of solid structures dynamically coupled with water. FLOW-3D can simulate fully coupled fluid/solid interaction with applied forces and torques, along with various motion constraints such as tethering with springs and ropes.

The webinar will feature powerful capabilities for simulating free surface waves, fluid/solid interaction with six degrees of freedom, modeling the WRASPA (a wave energy device) and structures tethered with springs and ropes.

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