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Old   November 29, 2010, 18:07
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Hello everyone,

My question is not pure CFD but it may be related.

I am supposed to program a slow fluid flow with conduction inside, with a moving mesh.

For the advection, I can see that I must take into account the fact that the mesh is moving (I have to perform something like "u - v") but for conduction I'm not so sure. The heat equation can be left unchanged or do I have to take into account the velocity of the mesh too?

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