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Old   June 26, 2012, 11:22
Default Deforming mesh in FLUENT
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I have an oscillating fin in FLUENT. It keeps giving me a negative volume error.
1. In the computational setup, the fin is assigned the UDF for oscillation and I have set the default interior as a dynamic deforming mesh. Is this correct?

2. Remeshing and smoothing have been used, with a spring constant factor of 0.5 for the fin faces and the default interior. Apart from these, should any other faces be remeshed?

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default interior, deforming mesh

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