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Old   February 25, 2012, 03:44
Default Solving from 'boat' viewing from 'shore'
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Hi friends!
I have solved a simple 2D time dependent CFD simulation using direct solver in COMSOL. I have used fixed mesh method (body-fitted reference frame) so that mesh movement does not cause any problem. After solving I want to view (from the fixed frame of reference) the solution as if there is mesh movement as in the case of moving mesh. Is it possible?

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