This report summarizes our progress to date in the development of a computational procedure to predict the embedment depth of torpedo anchors. The procedure uses a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) model to evaluate resisting forces on the anchor. The CFD model is applied to vertical penetration of axisymmetric soil penetrators. Apart from promising results regarding the embedment depth as well as the velocity profile, the procedure provides estimates of the pressure and shear distributions on the soil-anchor interface. These distributions will be used in computations of soil reconsolidation in the vicinity of the anchor for the purpose of set-up studies, in preparation for pull-out capacity estimation.