Mar 13, 2014:  The first tests are complete.  The core functionality of oFreq finally works!  It can now take a set of forces, apply a motion model, and solve those forces to produce outputs.  This is a great beginning.  There is still a lot more to do though.

  • Extensive documentation
  • Testing for multi-body support
  • Include hydrodynamic forces
  • Include wave spectra definitions and wave heights
  • Create useful derived outputs
  • Provide run-time output for monitoring
  • Include extensive error-handling functionality.

Lots to do.  But there is now a solid beginning to build from.