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Old   July 9, 2003, 18:31
Default Help: Moving a projectile through a pipe
Valery Ponyavin
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Hello everyone. I have questions about using Fluent 6.1 for calculation of moving a projectile through a pipe.

What from deforming mesh possibilities of the version of Fluent is better for the problem: sliding mesh model or dynamic meshes?

Are there any special tutorials describing of using Fluent for such problems?

Any help would be appreciated. Regards

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Old   July 10, 2003, 02:32
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Hi use dynamic mesh (layering) for the same problem type.
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