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Old   May 18, 2012, 11:23
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Dear All,

I would like to solve a moving-geometry problem.

Let me explain what I have and what I would like to do.

1. The problem deals with an opening window.

2. I have 3 .msh meshes, exported from Fluent. Each mesh represent a certain time step.

3. I would like to study what happens when I open the window.

What shoud I do? First of all I thought to execute the command

But how I arrange the different files? Alltogether in the constant folder?

Anyone could help?

Thanks a lot,

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