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reck May 19, 2002 09:48

deforming mesh?
 
I tried to do a piston in the cylinder in fluent5.5, but i can't find the resemblant example in tutorial, i hear that it can be solved by UDF, has anyone been through this kind of problem and offer some information about UDF in deforming mesh?

jeremy May 20, 2002 05:22

Re: deforming mesh?
 
The deforming mesh function doesn't exist un Fluent 5... Fluent 4 or 6 can do it. see the question about deforming mesh I posted below and the answers...


bonny May 20, 2002 12:12

Re: deforming mesh?
 
hi,reck we have the same problem! I try to do flow in scroll compressor. Fluent6.0 can solve this problem, but this feature is a separate module. would you like to tell your email address?

cheers bonny


madge May 21, 2002 04:44

Re: deforming mesh?
 
I'm sure some guy (he had ginger hair) did a presentation about this at the Fluent UGM last October?

bonny May 21, 2002 06:19

Re: deforming mesh?
 
what's the UGM meaning? Can you tell the details?


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