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Old   July 15, 2013, 04:18
Default is this steps correct for MRF analysis of Wind turbine
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Pressure based
Mesh Interface
Interfaceing the region of inner and outer domain that are in contact
Model:Viscous Transient SST
Cell Zone Condition:Inner Domain –Fluid Rotating Frame Y axis=-1(rotates about Y axis)
Outer domain:Fluid
Boundary Conditions
Inlet Velocity:7m/s normal to the boundary
Outlet:Pressure gauge Zero
Farfield:Wall(no slip)
Blade :Wall(no slip)
Solution Method :Simple
Intialisation :from Input

Boundary Condtion of Wall (blade)
Moving wall (relative to absolute zone) or stationary wall
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Old   July 23, 2013, 01:32
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The blade wall is stationary. You just need to setup the moving frame in the domain setting. Here its the frame that is moving not the wall.
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