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Old   October 31, 2005, 10:21
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Hi Everybody, I want to simulate a coating process. I have a given fluid (viscosity, density…etc) between two horizontal plates. The upper plate moves relative to the lower one with a velocity v. The problem I have concerns the meshing of the volume between the two of them. I need to use Grid deformation package but when the upper plate moves the volumes are getting smaller and smaller and I have convergence problems. Did somebody try to mesh such a "dynamic" system? What kind of Grid did you use? Structured or unstructured? Is the problem solvable? In principle I mean!



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Old   November 8, 2005, 07:34
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the upper plate moves relative to the lower one with a velocity V, does it mean it will meet each other.
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