|December 15, 2006, 11:10||
transient mulitple grid
Last question before Chirstmas:
Is it possible to run a transient simulation with a different grid for each time-step? I have a transient rotor/stator calculation and a sliding mesh calculation is impossible because it require too many cells.
I would like to create a transient simulation with different grids for each time-step so that I can resolve the mesh in different areas at different places in physical time. I don't want to get into deformable meshes if possible.
Has anyone had any experience of this and can anyone advise me?
Cheers and happy holidays.
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