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J. H. Van May 22, 2002 23:40

on sliding grid,your suggestion needed
 
I want to compute 3d flow field (first one phase then transient , two phase maybe) in stirred tank using the sliding mesh method. I prefer to phoenics. But it seems that the sliding mesh method phoenics offers is not robust. Any one who has experience please give me suggestion, whether I should give phoenics up or not.

alireza ablaghdar June 26, 2002 16:09

Re: on sliding grid,your suggestion needed
 
hi i have done a project by sliding mesh about rotor and stator interaction by fluent. i would be happy that i can help u. please explain more about your problem.

J H Van July 1, 2002 03:50

Re: on sliding grid,your suggestion needed
 
Dear Alireza Ablaghdar: Thanks for your kindness! I want to compute the flow field in square shaped tank which is used widely in Metallurgical processing. Sliding grid method seems to be the best alternative. I want to compute by commercially cfd code such as fluent,cfx,starcd,phoenics and so on.As a beginner, I am not sure which code is the bese one. Since you had using sliding grid, would you please share your experience with me? Best regards J. H. Van

alireza ablaghdar July 4, 2002 16:11

Re: on sliding grid,your suggestion needed
 
Dear J H Van i have used sliding mesh by fluent 5.23 and i had used gambit to meshing the model the model was a two dimensional rotor-stator interaction with unsteady behaviour. it was too complex. i dont have any information about other sofwars i would be happy to help u if u like i would be happy to know u thanks



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