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Old   October 24, 2005, 11:30
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My problem was moving a mesh for a curved surface. Using one of the UDF fluent has, seemed a good option. Although, it only will let me move it in the x, y or z direction. Is there a way i can move a mesh (wall of the curved surface) in a direction normal to the cell surface. Please let me know your suggestions. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance, Sam.
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