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Old   June 5, 2007, 09:03
Default Dear OpenFOAM users, I have
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Dear OpenFOAM users,

I have a singly rotated frame. I am posting the sketch for clarity.

I need to provide rotation to the main frame of reference. the whole domain just rotates w.r.t. central axis. there are no rotating walls or so. I need to simulate incompressible transient flow of fluid in this 3D geometry.

For a start I presume I have to modify interFoam for the transient case and then further modify it to provide the rotation. Am I on the right track !!!

Please suggest and guide me !!!

Thanks in advance

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Old   June 6, 2007, 13:59
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Please is there anybody out there having some time to spare !!! Please takea look at this post and suggest your ideas ....

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