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Old   November 25, 2003, 06:18
Default UDF for Moving Mesh
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I am a new user of Fluent Ver. 6.1 and would like to model an engine cycle. I have started to model the Combustion chamber and Intake and Exhaust ports and valves. For moving valves I need a UDF to move the valves. Does anyone have such an UDFs?
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