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Old   April 25, 2008, 02:43
Default Rotor annulus oil pump Moving mesh CFD
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Yogesh Saindane
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Hi all, I am new to moving mesh type problem. I have rotor amnnulus kind of oil pump. Rotor has one teeth (lobe) less than outer annulus.This is positive displacement kind of pump.I need to analyze it in CFX 11.0. Can someone suggest good strategy to do this? How can I set the problem?

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Yogesh
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