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Old   November 25, 2008, 04:01
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Hi. Top plate of annular flume is rotating. And water in flume move together by shear stress. At this time, do you have to add the centrifugal force(mv^2/r) in Fluent? Because I use Cartesian coordinate, velocity component is changed according to point. Am I use UDF?

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