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Old   February 26, 2006, 18:50
Default How To Bend A Wall?
Andrew Clark
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I am trying to do some modeling in Fluent, but I need a starting point. I am modeling a diamond shaped airfoil in Fluent and want to model the two front surfaces bending up and down.

I already have a perscribed motion for the bending, but I do not know how to instruct Fluent to do this. If anyone has done this could you please explain how, and if there are any tutorials on this, could you please refer me to them.

Thank you

Andrew Clark
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