BEM-B

Name of contributor

Masashi Kashiwagi

Kyushu University - Research Institute for Applied Mechanics

Simulation Method

BEM ( Quadratic Element ), Fully nonlinear simulation based on MEL

Method for ft computation

Solving the boundary-value problem for ft

Wave Absorption

Wave absorbing beach (beach length = 2 * wave length)

Intersection

Double nodes

Number of nodes

20 ~ 30 per wave length, 21 on wedge

Time integral method

4th order Runge-Kutta-Gill method

Dt = T / 25 ( T / 30 for A/a = 0.6 ) ( T : Heave period )

Computer information

Computer : Pentium II 450MHz

OS : Windows 98

Language : Fortran77

CPU time : 1200 sec

Reference paper


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