|April 11, 2016, 11:29||
Rotating wall about an axis away from the wall(reference i think).
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I am a student currently preforming an fluent simulation and is in need of assistance. I am trying to simulate a pistons movement, however the cylinder has a curved shape thus eliminating the possibility of using the in-cylinder function. i have written a short udf cg-motion. i am not getting the wall(piston to move a long the cylinder surface. the udf is as follows:
DEFINE_CG_MOTION(piston, dt, vel, omega, time, dtime)
real pi = 3.141592;
real omega_constant = 50 * pi / 180;
omega = - omega_constant;
1. the wall(piston) is rotating along an axis(x-axis) on the wall itself, the rotation is correct(counter-clockwise). I just havent been able to move the axis of rotation away from the wall.
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