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Old   December 16, 2009, 07:11
Default [ask] shock absorber simulation
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Dear all, I got an assignment about making simulation of shock absorber. this shock absorber simulation should includes the movement of piston (or cylinder, it's interchangeable because we consider the relative motion) as sell as the fluid inside.

Since the assignment involves the need to apply some CFD for the fluid analysis, I wanna find out in this great forum whether someone knows how to make the simulation involving the solid movement induced flow inside the shock absorber.

The results should be an animation/moving picture, not only a static 2D/3D cut plot or vector plot.

Can somebody help me to figure this problem out?? Can fluent or cosmosfloworks make some ANIMATION that includes CFD RESULTS and solid PART MOVEMENTS? especially in shock absorber cases. I've googled for couples of days but still can't find the solution.

Thanks for the attention.


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Old   December 17, 2009, 02:32
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it's been almost one day long, but none can give this thread a comment. help me pls.
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