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Default Sliding mesh or Dynamic mesh?
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Hello,

I am trying to simulate a process where a wire passes through a heated tube furnace in Ansys Fluent. Since, the grid is symmetric as shown in images


I was wondering what type of meshing between sliding and dynamic would be more applicable. I am also unsure if the Solid Zone (wire) and Fluid Zone (furnace) geometry should be constructed separately if in case of sliding mesh.

Could anyone please shed a light on me?

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