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Old   March 9, 2007, 04:04
Default Moving reference frame in Gambit
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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 ;

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Old   March 9, 2007, 14:27
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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.
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Old   March 9, 2007, 15:48
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Old   March 9, 2007, 15:55
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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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