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Old   August 22, 2010, 18:44
Question How to simulate micropump in CFD
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Hi every one, I need to simulate a type of valve-less micropump (mambrane type) using CFD(ANSYS 12.1). Could you give me some advice on where to start?

I was told that I can achieve this by using moving mesh function. But I am really new to CFD, if this is the right direction I should go, could you give me some material to read, any tutorials or any similar projests that have been done?

Thanks so much...waiting on-line.
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Hi

There is a tutorial on mesh motion in ANSYS CFX help. Go through that, it may help. Explain in detail for better understanding of the problem.

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