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Old   December 27, 2005, 04:04
Default CFD of reed valve
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sachin
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Hi all

I want to know some basics of moving mesh analysis for reed valve. In this model, one side of the reed valve is clamped and other is free to get lift. Is it possible to do moving mesh analysis having contact between moving and non-moving surfaces? (using CFX 10.0) If anyone knows something @ it, plz reply with some suggestions.

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Sachin S

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