BEM-D

Name of contributor

Alain Clement, ECOLE CENTRALE DE NANTES

Simulation Method

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

Method for ft computation

Pressure is not computed locally. The time-derivative of the integral of the potential over the body, with the appropriate correction term to account for the change of the wetted surface in time.

Wave Absorption

Coupled beach and active piston technique

Intersection

Double nodes

Number of nodes

6 ~ 25 per wave length, 11 on wedge

Time integral method

4th order Runge-Kutta method

Dt = T / 50 ( T : Heave period )

Computer information@

Computer : DEC Alpha 500 workstation at 330MHz

OS : Digital Unix V4.0A

Language : Fortran77

CPU time : 3000 sec

Reference papers


Jump to

BEM-A

BEM-B

BEM-C

BEM-D

BEM-E

FEM

FVM


Return to index.