|June 8, 2012, 02:55||
2-D analysis of textured converging slider geometry
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I am a student of Indian Institute Of Technology-BHU, India.
I am doing a fluid flow analysis(pressure and load capacity calculation) for a textured micro thrust bearing. Basically there are two walls, one above another making a convergent spacing between them. lower wall has partial periodic rectangular texturing. Upper wall is moving with constant velocity and lower one is stationary and in between the fluid film. Now i have to do 2-D analysis of the problem but with 2-D i am unable to do the proper "named selection" of surfaces, as here in 2-D surfaces look like a line. so this way i have stuck here.
please kindly post some advice for me..
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