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Old   September 12, 2015, 21:03
Default TUI Command for Cell Zone Condition?
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Hello all,

I'm starting to use TUI commands more in Fluent now, since moving my work on to a HPC. I'm currently struggling to use TUI to define cell zone conditions.

More specifically, I need to define mesh motion, using an (interpreted) UDF that I wrote and can confirm is working. I'm doing a sliding mesh simulation.

I had a look at the Text Commands List on Google and in the manual, and haven't seen much that would help.

Would appreciate any pointers. Thanks.
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ALL GOOD

Its under boundary conditions > fluid menu

Got the idea from this thread
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