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Old   December 4, 2002, 02:31
Default Adding cells during mesh motion
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Serkan Cetin
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I try to simulate a flow in a cylinder gap of 0.2 mm with a piston jump stroke of up to 30 mm.

Has anybody experiences in succeeding in this kind of example with Star-CD, especially by adding/removing cells during mesh motion?

Thanks & regards
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Old   December 23, 2002, 04:22
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Jane
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I had simulated a flow in a cylinder gap of 0mm with a piston jump stroke of up to 2mm,but without using adding/removing cells during mesh motion.What difficults did you face in doing it?Perhapes I can help you.
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