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Old   November 27, 2003, 08:32
Default Help me!! About "moving conducting solid"....
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Devin
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hi~~

I'm the user of CFX-4.4 How can I set the speed on the "conducting solid" I can't find this option...>"< I simulate a fluid flow in a horizontal channel, and the bottom of the channel is moving (similar to conveyer belt) and heated.

------------------------------------------- fluid ->

->

->

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susceptor moving at Us ==>

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^^^^^^^^^^^

x x x x

x<-insulated->x<-heating->x<-insulated->x

And if I set the velocity on it, is there anything need to be noticed? For example, moving grid, unmatched boundary, unmatched grid, etc.

Thank you for your help~~~~^_^

Devin
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Old   December 10, 2003, 01:58
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Devin,

This is NOT a feature of the code. Solids are stationary.

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