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Old   June 27, 2010, 12:29
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I already did the three blades windmill 3d model before, but urgently I need to study the effect of changing blade temperature on the windmill performance using CFD analysis. I did the mesh using ICEM and I started to solve it using cfx pre with multiple domains one of them solid rotating (winmill) rotates with 200 rpm and the other is stationary fluid (wind tunnel ) with inlet and outlet boundary conditions. using fluid solid interface, the solver give me error "overflow"
what is the problem. plz help
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Can you post the output file?
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