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Maralady March 31, 2013 18:45

What module should i use for rotatory geometry?
 
I will work on a Rotatory Geometry, it is a twin screw pump and i would like to know your advice about what module should i use to this analysis, should i use FLUENT, CFX or other? Please leave adv. and disv. in your comment.

M M August 3, 2013 06:59

If You Have found the answer, would you let me know?

Maralady August 3, 2013 12:16

So far I understand that I can use DEFINE_CG_MOTION, this is because I am using 2 rotating bodies that present no deformation at all

M M August 4, 2013 01:17

Actually I am working on the same title, may I know how have you got the geometry for your simulation?how far have you gone so far in your effort?

shuai_manlou August 5, 2013 02:24

In fluent, you can use MRF method or sliding mesh to solve the problem.


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