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Old   February 26, 2007, 10:57
Default Using define_geom in 3D for a dynamic mesh problem
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Hi All, I would like to simulate a moving vane close to a fixed body in 3D, using a dynamic mesh UDF and remeshing. I need the surface mesh on the fixed body to 'slide' around the surface as the volume mesh remeshes, without deforming the surface. Define_geom seems the ideal way to do this to specify the surface geometry of the fixed body, but has anyone used this in 3D, to specify a complicated geometry? Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Cheers, John

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Try de command DEFINE_GRID_MOTION
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