|July 28, 2013, 04:01||
Moving Boundary Problem
Join Date: Jul 2013
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Hi, I am dealing with a simple problem like this.
Will the geometry simply be drawn in usual manner by subtracting the smaller rectangle from larger one and then just change the boundary conditions for the smaller one in fluent accordingly (translational in this case). This doesn't work actually, so can any one help me through this.
What if smaller one is actually a vertically oscillating circle. Do I need to use dynamic mesh or sliding mesh in such problems(if necessary in this case).
|fluent, gambit, moving boundary, udf|
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