December 2, 2020 at 3:52 pmblieberSubscriber
I have a project in Ansys AQWA, and I have produced a contour of wave elevation amplitude that looks like this. I cannot figure out if there is a way to output this contour data as a .csv file. The Excel project type doesn't link with Hydrodynamic Diffraction, and there is no Export option in AQWA. Any help would be greatly appreciated.December 3, 2020 at 5:59 pmAshish KhemkaForum ModeratorDecember 4, 2020 at 8:49 pmblieberSubscriberHello Ashish,nThank you for your help! This is quite a lot of steps, hopefully there will be an easier way to do this in a future update.nDecember 26, 2020 at 5:33 pmblieberSubscriberHello Ashish,nI hope you're having a happy holiday! I have a follow up question from earlier. This is what my wave elevation amplitudes look like at the surface. The amplitude of the incident wave is 0.085 m with a forward velocity of 4.54 m/s, and by and large these are the results I was expecting.nThis is the type of data I get from ANALYSIS.LISnWhat are the units of measure for amplitude in the analysis file? These are an order of magnitude higher than I would expect, and the numbers don't agree with the contour plot at all. What equation is Ansys using for head of water based on velocity and wave height?nThank you,nBrandoViewing 3 reply threads
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