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Old   July 7, 2007, 03:00
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prateek jain
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I am new user in CFX I am working on a model in which there is rotating part I am using General mode. Facing problem to define interface in that. 3 bodys are there 1 Cylinder 2 rotating air domain 3 air domain Plaese help me for that
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Old   July 7, 2007, 05:18
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Amir Jourak
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hi,

I'm doing some rotation simulation too. In CFX pre try tools/turbo mode it will gives you easier way to define interface.

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Old   July 8, 2007, 05:23
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Hi Prateek!

For an interface between rotating and stationary domain,u need two mesh surfaces at the same location.

Define frozen rotor & its subsequent parameters as related to your problem.

Mesh rot and stationary domains separately,then import and attach them in Pre.

And if u r asking abt the location of interface,then its totally case dependent.

Try it out yourself.

Pankaj.
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Old   July 12, 2007, 00:56
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prateek jain
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Hi Amir Jourak, You suggestion is good. I solved the turbo tutorial, given in cfx help. I am confused in domain part in my problem please give me your Personal ID so I can directly contact u. I am briefly explain here my problem I want to give a rotatary motion to a cylinder. for which I made a Cylinder, a rotating domain air outside to it and a air domain. In generalmode I given rotating motion to rotating domain and made cylinder and air domain stationary. In turbo mode what can I do?
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