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Gopal July 13, 2005 03:31

Location of interface for sliding mesh
 
hi I am trying to solve the flow in a stirred tank with rushton turbine. I have got good results with MRF but now i want to solve it with Sliding Mesh. Can i use the same inner and ourter zones of MRF for sliding mesh or i have to change the location of the interfaces.

gopal

Razvan July 14, 2005 04:30

Re: Location of interface for sliding mesh
 
No, but you have to be sure that the interfaces are surfaces of revolution and defined on practically identical geometries, otherwise you will not get a converged solution. And of course, change "Moving Reference Frame" to "Moving Mesh", but you must know that already.

Best wishes, Razvan


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