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Old   November 28, 2013, 13:06
Question using sliding meshes
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hi there!!
I am trying to simulate two trains passing each other in fluent using slidingmesh. since i havent had any past experience in sliding mesh, i would like some help in setting up the problem..
If, by chance anyone has fluent case file of this kind of problem, please email me
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Old   November 29, 2013, 04:47
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hi
you should define two zones and interface boundary condition between them
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thank you for the response.. yes i have created an interface and defines two cell zones. Now u am able to run a 2D model but i'm not getting the desired results. i think i'm doing something wrong in defining the velocities of the moving cell zones and my train model which i defined as wall. could you help me in figuring out this ??
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