|Three dimensional analysis is performed on a steel wall tank 20m long,
10m wide, and 5m high, filled with water.
The wall of the tank is rigid in one case, and flexible with 1cm thick in another. Input motion is sinusoidal with a period of 6.24s, which coincides with the natural period of fluid sloshing in the tank. (Computed hydrodynamic pressure at each node is displayed both in terms of height and color.)
|An example of FLIP ROSE 2D application to offshore wind turbine system with suction bucket foundation subject to wind and wave actions during storm condition (NEDO project, 2017).|
|Two dimensional partially drained analysis is performed on an iron ore
carrying ship by enforcing rotation of a ship for simulating rolling response
during storm condition to study the possibility of liquefaction and deformation
of iron ore (FLIP application project in New Zealand).
|An example of FLIP ROSE 3D application to fluid-structure-ground system during earthquakes (a tank 6m long, 4m wide, 4m high with 1cm wall founded on a linear ground).
|An example of application of FLIP TULIP to centrifuge tests of embankment carried out at Public Works Research Institute.