Fluid simulation using the Lagrangian WCSPH technique for solving the Navier-Stokes equations.
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PySPH wavemaker solution

The PySPH codes in the custom_wm.py file provide a wavemaker simulation. This simulation by default uses the WCSPH (weakly compressible) approach to the Navier-Stokes equations of fluid motion. This means that the fluid is weakly compressible (using the Tait EOS).

Utility scripts

  • cleanrun.sh file cleans the output directory, runs the simulation and generates VTK files for viewing in the ParaView software package.

  • make_video.sh file makes a video using images files from the output directory. This requires that these picture files are outputted from the ParaView software. Note: you have to set the framerate option in the ffmpeg command based on the relation framerate = 1 / dt.