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Old   September 8, 2008, 22:31
Default How to make domain move?
Zhang Yaohua
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hello everyone, i am simulating the moving object problem.but it seems that we have to choose the material of domain for the moving that right? but i want to set the surface of moving object to slip.So do you konw how to make the domain or boundary condition such like "inlet" move? Or do you have other good idea?

thanks in advance
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Old   September 16, 2008, 12:16
Default Re: How to make domain move?
Allen Badeau
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Dear Zhang, Please take a look at the "mofor" example in the tutorials and it will provide you with the necessary information to solve your problem.

Best Wishes, Allen

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Old   September 20, 2008, 05:38
Default Re: How to make domain and local area connection?
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sir please send me information about that how installation of windows server 2003 and how make domain and its directories with policies and creak local area networking with its domain.


your sincarly

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