Ellipseshaped
solid in a filled box
 The
DATFile.
 Comments:
the
solid's density is larger than the fluid's so it falls and collides
with the bottom of the box. Since the overall energy is conserved, the
solid goes on colliding after its first bounce.

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Set of
solids colliding
 The
DATFile.
 Comments:
blue solids' density is larger than the one of the fluid and
red solids' is smaller. Red and blue collide halfway.

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Two
Starshaped solids and an ellipse
 The
DATFile.
 The boundary MFile
for rounded star description
 Comments:
two starshaped solids collide first against a fixed ellipse then
together (see Tutorial #2 in BhT's documentation).

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A first simple fish

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The bodies hydrodynamically decoupled
hypothesis
 The
DATFile.
 Comments:
how two distant ellipseshaped solids reciprocally impact each other.
Under the classical hydrodynamically
decoupled hypothesis, both trajectories would have been
straight lines!

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Free fall
of an ellipse
 The
DATFile.
 Comments:
The blue ellipse is neutrally buoyant. The density of the red ellipse
is greater than the fluid's. It falls and drags the blue one down.

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Two fishes
crossing
 The
DATFile.
 The
controls MFile.
 Comments:
Two fishes swim one toward the other and cross. One more time,
computations are done without the bodies hydrodynamically
decoupled hypothesis.

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