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Old   June 13, 2003, 02:53
Default WALL_MOTION MACRO ?
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caloggero
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Hi everybody! is it possible to write a macro to define a wall motion as a wall boundary condition ? the only possibility that offers FLUENT (in the boundary conditions panel)is either a rotational or a translational motion whereas in my case, i need two rotations: one about an axis external to the wall, another one about an axis on the wall. thank you !
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