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Hi everybody,


I would like to simulate the performance of a system: a constant airflow is generated within a pipe of given diameter. A capsule (designed with Solidworks) is placed within the pipe and realizes a leakproof interface. My main objective is to estimate the pressure generated by the airflow on the capsule according to its movement.

The problem is complex because the fluid domain changes of dimension according to the movement of the capsule. It means that the meshing must be deformable.


Anybody can kindly help me using Ansys Fluent & dynamic mesh ??
Thank you!!
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