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Old   November 1, 2011, 05:44
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Hi,

I have two parts - stationary and moving. Small edge of moving part slides over the large edge of stationary parts. Around both the parts fluid is present. Stationary and moving part is solid and hence required to be meshed.

Anybody tell me how can I move the moving part over stationary one and throughout the fluid domain?

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Old   November 7, 2011, 03:08
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Will need to know about your model to comment.
But generally, you do not need to model your solid parts (unless you're looking for CHT), you need to define your walls as rigid/moving meshes (along with 1-2 layers of mesh adjacent to the wall).

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