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Moving Wall BC

Problem Explanation

Analysis Purpose

Important Points

ocean

Pressure:

if(z<=0)then(1.17*9.806*z)else(0)endif

Gyration Radius Vector : 1, 2.1, 1

Symmetric flow Y direction location : 6,-6

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Click on

Application>Analysis Mode

Flow Analysis is always

performed in Analyst

Mode

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Go to the

Tools>Options

Go to the

General> Unit System and

select:

N-m-J-sec

Enter 9.8 m/sec for the

acceleration of gravity

units to work in CFD

as it is the basic unit

of the material DB in

NFX

Click on Apply

defined is correct

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Condition

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Options>General>

Material (CFD)

Select:

Compressibility Solver Type :

Incompressible

Compressibility Type :

Incompressible

Click on Apply

always used, except when the

material definition imposes to

use compressive solver (natural

convection and compressible

flow).

Even when using compressible

solver, the flow stays

incompressible for flows with a

Mach number inferior to 0.3.

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Condition

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Options>Analysis/Results

Under Element Formulation

select:

Standard(Stability)

Click OK

Solver

Results

New Project

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Click New

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Check Unit System is

N-m-J-sec

Click OK

Solver

Results

Import Geometry

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

-> Import CAD File

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Parasolid(10 to

24)Files(*.x.t;)

CAD file path select

boat3d-sink.X_T

Select Open

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

screen.

and select Hide All Guiders

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat/Properties

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis

Solver

Case

select Fluid(CFD)

Mass Density : 1000

kg/m^3

Viscosity : 0.001kg/(m*sec)

Click OK

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Results

Define Properties

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat/Properties

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis

Case

Solver

3D -> select Add

Select CFD 3D

Add Name: CFD Fluid

Click OK

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Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

only.

Select Object(s) : Select

horizontal external sea

domain edges only

Total: 8 Object(s)

m

Click Apply

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Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

external boat edges only

Total:7 Object(s)

Size Method -> Size : 0.15

m

Click Apply

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Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

middle boat edges only

Total: 4 Object(s)

Size Method -> Size : 0.1

m

Click OK

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Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Click 3D

Select Object(s) : Select all

displayed objects

Total: 2 Object(s)

m

Match Adjacent Face :

Check

Click >>

Higher-Order Element :

Uncheck

Click OK

Click OK

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Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

mesh model and sea domain

(mesh size around boat is

smaller than ocean mesh size)

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Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Expression :

2.424+0.6*sin(3.66*t)

Click Apply

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Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Expression : if(z<=0)then(1.17*9.806*z)else(0)endif

Click Apply

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Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Expression : lindelta(-z,0.3)

Click OK

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Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Click Inlet

Type select Face

Select Object(s) : Select the

vertical faces in front of sea

domain

Total: 2 Object(s)

Velocity Vx select Inlet

function.

Click OK

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Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Click Outlet

Type select Face

Select Object(s) : Select

back faces of sea domain

Total: 2 Object(s)

Click OK

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Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Click Wall

Type select Face

faces of boat

Total: 5 Object(s)

Wall Type select

Dimensionless Wall Distance

Wall Distance : 65

Motion Control : Check

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Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

1 , 2.1 , 1

Tz : Check(Free)

Rz : Check(Free)

Click OK

Click OK

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Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Set Type to: Face

bottom face of sea domain

Total:1 Object(s)

Wall Type: Inviscid

Click OK

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Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Select Object(s) : Select the

5 faces from sea domain

Total: 5 Object(s)

Click OK

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Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Click General

Set the Solution Type to

Transient CFD

Click Analysis control

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Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Number of Steps : 1000

Max. Iteration : 1

Meshing

Analysis Case

Interval : 1 Step

Plane31 Y-Location : 6.-6

m

Free Surface : Check

Click OK

Click Field Definition

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Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Pressure function.

Results

0.00088 m2/sec2

1.68e-5 m

function.

Click OK

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Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Check (0,0,0) m

Floatability by Density :

Uncheck if checked.

Mass Conservation : On

Click OK

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Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Pressure : Check

Velocity : Check

Click OK

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Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Pressure Inner Iteration :2

Velocity Inner Iteration :2

Temperature Inner

Iteration :2

Turbulence Inner Iteration :2

Click OK

Click OK

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Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

click right bottom of mouse

to select solve

You can observe there type

curves on the screen and

appear downgrade trend if

CFD Norms < 0.01 and when

calculate 1000 steps , the

solver will stop

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Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

last step

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Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Mat / Prop

/Function

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

last step

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Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Materials/

Properties

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

model geometry only.

Click Extract

shown.

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Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Materials/

Properties

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Flow

Result : PRESSURE

Step Results : Transient CFD

Select Node

fluid model

Total: 2 Object(s)

geometry only

Select rest boat faces of fluid

model

Total: 2 Object(s)

Click Table

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Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Materials/

Properties

CFD data

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Ctrl+C

37

Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Materials/

Properties

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Click OK

only

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Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Materials/

Properties

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

create the mesh model

(Total is 1 Object)

Size input 0.1

Click OK

39

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Materials/

Properties

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

select Hide All Meshes

40

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Materials/

Properties

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Click Constraint

Change type to Face

Select top face of the boat

model

(Total is 1 Object)

Condition select Fixed icon

Click OK

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Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Materials/

Properties

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Click Interpolation

Result Type : Normal Pressure

(Scalar)

Type select 3D Element

Face

From selection toolbar select

Face

of boat.

Total: 4 Object(s)

Click :OK

Ctrl+V

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Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Materials/

Properties

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

then select Linear Static

Meshing

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Linear Static analysis. Then

select Edit.

Set up the Boat mesh to

active mesh set as it shown:

Click OK

Drop of mouse

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Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Materials/

Properties

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

Linear Static analysis. Then

select Solve.

Meshing

44

Analysis Case

Solver

Results

Analysis

Settings

Geometry

Materials/

Properties

Boundary

Conditions

Contacts

TRANSLATION result

because of flow pressure

loading.

Meshing

VON MISES result because

of flow pressure loading.

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Analysis Case

Solver

Results

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