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Old   July 21, 2008, 21:38
Default How to make Animation for blades rotation??
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I have done my CFD modeling with stirred tank with MRF and sliding mesh (thanks for all answers and helps from this forum). Now I want to generate some nice animations for my work. How can I generate animation for blades rotation (moving)? The next step, how can I generate the contour of phase fraction or pressure field with blades rotation? (I know how to make animation of contour, but without blades moving, how can I make them moving).
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Old   July 23, 2008, 04:30
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use sliding mesh option instead of MRF. Go to the solve panel , there is one option animate, use this to make animation.
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Old   April 3, 2009, 08:46
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Hi, can I know how you simulate your stirred tank?I mean the parameter you set in Fluent: turbulence model,under relaxation factors...etc? I have the same problem and I can't reach convergence!!Please I would be very grateful for your help
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