August 6, 2023 at 3:25 pmErhan SokmnSubscriber
Im currently working on my MSc and i want to make a roll decay analysis. I convinced my lecturer that it is possible to make this study in AQWA but he finally asked me to consider that AQWA use potential theory, thus it is not possible to consider friction between water and bilge keels. When i check the theory guide and user guide i couldn't find anything about if AQWA consider the friction or not.
In this case, is the friction calculated by AQWA?
September 15, 2023 at 11:49 amAshish KumarForum Moderator
It looks that your query was answered here: AQWA Vortex Shedding Effect On Bilge Keels (ansys.com)
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