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Old   August 10, 2014, 14:50
Default Remeshing differents walls with a differents conditions
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good afternoon,

I need help to remeshing a disk 3D, like the figure below. And I need make a transient simulation. Boundary walls have the following settings:

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someone can help me?

Sorry about my english. thanks

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Old   August 10, 2014, 18:34
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I do not understand your question. Meshing a geometry like that should be very easy. Are you trying to do dynamic remeshing? And why have you mentioned moving walls and stationary walls? Are you doing mesh motion?
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I'm sorry, I did not specify correctly what I do.

First, yes, I'm doing the mesh motion.

this is the fluid domain, the left wall is static, and here have a pipe to the inlet flow, the rest is deformable. the right wall rotates about an axis, deforming the rest of the walls.

i was clearer now? thanks.
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Old   August 11, 2014, 06:42
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This is easy(ish) to do with mesh motion. You probably do not need remeshing unless you want to use very large ranges of motion.
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do you have any tutorial? I'm new in ANSYS
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Old   August 12, 2014, 21:50
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can any one help me??
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The CFX tutorials are provided with the software. Have a look in the CFX documentation for the tutorial manual.
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I've looked at the tutorial, but not found. if u have said that, I will look again.

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