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Mark March 17, 2008 06:42

Moving Reference Frame UDF
 
Hi

I was wondering if it was possible in FLUENT to define the fluid with a moving reference frame in an unsteady simulation using a UDF.

i.e. In: Boundary Conditions, Fluid, Motion, Motion Type, define the y-velocity using a UDF.

I have been unable to find this option in the UDF manual.

Many Thanks

Mark

red lemon March 17, 2008 18:57

Re: Moving Reference Frame UDF
 
You can use a udf with MRF for accelerating rotation if that's what you mean.


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