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Old   June 3, 2010, 02:46
Default dynamic mesh - sphere falling through fluid volume accelerated by gravity onely.
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Hi there

I'd like to set up a simulation for a rigid sphere falling through a fluid volume accelerated by gravity using dynamic mesh in fluent.
Can anybody tell me to approach this problem? I have never been using dynamic mesh up to now. Is there a good tutorial?

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Hi there

I'd like to set up a simulation for a rigid sphere falling through a fluid volume accelerated by gravity using dynamic mesh in fluent.
Can anybody tell me to approach this problem? I have never been using dynamic mesh up to now. Is there a good tutorial?

thx - alex
I am doing a similar simulation. I know that there is a tutorial case in FLUENT website, called "Solving a 2D Box Falling into Water". However, I do not have a account of the user services centre. If you have an account, you can download it. The website is https://secure.fluent.com/sso2/login.htm
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