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Old   May 28, 2002, 10:57
Default who knows about sliding mesh
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J. H. Van
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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 Help me! Thanks in advace
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