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Old   March 21, 2007, 13:34
Default CFX Fluid Domain Movement
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I'm performing a conjugate heat transfer analysis in CFX with a fluid and solid. I would like to perform a transient analysis where the fluid domain moves over the solid domain at a constant velocity. Is there a way to do this in CFX? Any help is greatly appreciated.

thanks, greg
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Old   March 25, 2007, 08:08
Default Re: CFX Fluid Domain Movement
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Can you be more spefic about what you mean by fluid domain and solid domain? Their shapes? If you want to do moving boundary analysis, you have to apply the transient boundary conditions by defining functions in CFX. I think this is what you have to do for your fluid domain now.
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