October 18, 2020 at 2:03 pmRyanLinSubscriberI am working with wave simulation. i was wondering that how would my SIMPlE algorithm work when i used turbulent model in my flow field and my velocity inlet generated wave based Stokes wave theory ?nDid it use velocity potential to calculate velocity component first then corrected the pressure field , continued , calculated velocity in momentum equation?nMy question is a little in detail , i only saw potential velocity field in Stokes wave theory but i needed to know how wave theory related to Navier Stokes equation.nthanks for your reply!?n
October 19, 2020 at 10:56 amRobAnsys EmployeeThe wave theory is used to set up the boundary condition, the maths is covered in the User's or Theory Guide and/or references. n
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