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Old   July 1, 2004, 05:37
Default CFD shock absorber-Urgent
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Shaji
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We are doing CFD Analysis of a double cylinder Shock Absorber using Fluent. The fluid property and piston speed are known.Is the pressure build inside the cylinder required as inputs? Can anyone tell what should be the Boundary conditions and Is dynamic meshing required or Sliding mesh will do.

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Shaji Abraham
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