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time varying sea surface scattering


I am very new at COMSOL. I have a simple problem but i guess it can be hard to implement in COMSOL.

I am working in 2D domain. I want to model plane wave (can I create it for a finite duration?) scattering from a time varying geometry. Simply, there is a rectangle shape. But top boundary of rectangle is not flat. It is a curve which is formed according to spectrum of sea surface (Matlab livelink). And this boundary will change in every time step according to velocity of sea surface. Can I achieve this? Can I change the geometry without changing the physics in every time step? By the way other three boundaries of the rectangle is PML. Time varying boundary is sound soft interface (water-air).

Thank you...

0 Replies Last Post Dec 29, 2013, 4:25 PM EST
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