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kabilan December 13, 2011 02:58

dyanamic mesh
 
i wanna to simulate flap actuation by using dynamic mesh.
could u pls help me(procedure)?
thanks

cfdnewbie December 13, 2011 18:58

Dear friend,
you have been asking a lot of very basic and conceptual questions in this forum. While the forum is happy to accommodate newcomers and beginners, I would encourage you to read some basic literature about the subject and some introductory papers.

Cheers!

Ford Prefect December 15, 2011 05:09

Off-Topic:

Quote:

Originally Posted by cfdnewbie (Post 335744)
Dear friend,
you have been asking a lot of very basic and conceptual questions in this forum. While the forum is happy to accommodate newcomers and beginners, I would encourage you to read some basic literature about the subject and some introductory papers.

Cheers!

While this might be true I think it would be nice if you suggest what basic literature or introductory papers the original poster should read in order to get information to his question. We are all beginners at some point and asking questions should never be wrong.

Cheers!

JBeilke December 15, 2011 06:18

A (google) search to "fsi openfoam" might be a good start. Even "fsi fluent" gives some results :-)

cfdnewbie December 15, 2011 15:13

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ford Prefect (Post 335896)
Off-Topic:



While this might be true I think it would be nice if you suggest what basic literature or introductory papers the original poster should read in order to get information to his question. We are all beginners at some point and asking questions should never be wrong.

Cheers!


Thank you for your comment, I agree. I guess I was taken a little bit aback by the way the poster shoots out a number of general questions, but doesn't really interact with the forum. I tried to suppress my desire to provide him with a "let me google that for you" link ;)

So here some general, introductory CFD books that should make the most basic concepts clear: (not comprehensive in any way)

http://www.amazon.com/Numerical-Comp...3976293&sr=8-1

http://www.amazon.com/Computational-...ref=pd_sim_b_1

http://www.amazon.com/Computational-...ef=pd_sim_b_10

http://www.amazon.com/Fundamentals-C...ef=pd_sim_b_17

http://www.amazon.com/Computational-...ef=pd_sim_b_25

http://www.amazon.com/Spectral-Metho...3976390&sr=1-4


Cheers!:o


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