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Hussein March 9, 2007 04:04

Moving reference frame in Gambit
 
How can I define a zone as Moving Reference Frame in THE GAMBIT SOFTWRAES ; CAN I ? since i know that we can do that using fluent an dnot gambit , but i heared that i shuld do that in gambit while workin on my final year project;

I appreciate your reply as soon as possible ;

Thanks

lee March 9, 2007 14:27

Re: Moving reference frame in Gambit
 
It is not defined in Gambit, should be in fluent. Define proper boundary condition for Moving reference frame in Gambit. You can refer to the tutorial.

Hussein March 9, 2007 15:48

Re: Moving reference frame in Gambit *NM*
 

Hussein March 9, 2007 15:55

Re: Moving reference frame in Gambit
 
Hello , yhanks for your reply , my problem is the following :

I have a cube , where in the cube i have a wind turbine , I want as a first step to check wether i have conservation (check if i have the sam eresults coming and going out of the blade), to do that , i created another cylinder , and substracting the volume 1 from the cylinder , so i got a volume 2 .

Unfortunately , i also was unable to mesh this volume , i dont know why . since i click on mesh the volume cursor , but it is meshing the volume as a faces , . Do u know how can i mesh it an dwhat possibly is my problem can be solved ?? also , i used , velocity inlet b.c, outlet b.c , and wall as a BC; what do u think ? is it good or bad ?

I will appreciate your helps !!!


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