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Old   February 9, 2001, 04:57
Default Sliding mesh
Tomas Andersson
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Hi! In my M. Sc. Thesis I will calculate the flow around a propeller (Gambit/Fluent) with sliding mesh technique. Do you know if there is anyone who has done something similar before and where I can get information about this?

Thanks // Tomas
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Old   February 9, 2001, 08:22
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my B.S thesis is using Multiple reference frame, i think it's similar to your sliding mesh. you can ask me what you don't know. besides, im modellling Sliding mesh now
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