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Old   March 27, 2010, 14:19
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So far I have written a code implementing the harmonic balance method for structured grid. I have successfully applied it to oscillating airfoils, wings and helicopter rotors with excellent match with experimental data. I am working on extending it to unstructured grids and I was wondering if anyone has worked on this and would like to discuss.

What have you found to be the most efficient way for calculating flow variables at N time locations, where for each time location, the body (for ex: oscillating wing) has moved/deformed and therefore the grid nodes are at new locations?
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