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Old   September 10, 2019, 23:18
Default 3D rotating wind turbine using overset mesh
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Hi, im currently using Ansys v18.2 and ansys design modeller for modelling

I try using overset mesh for wind turbine simulation in 3D, so far my simulation still failing

I have done 2D wind turbine simulation using overset mesh, and it work but not for 3D

For 3D moving object in straight line simulation using overset mesh also work just fine

So i wondering if anyone out there successfully use 3D simulation for rotating object using overset mesh in fluent?

Yeah i know you can use sliding mesh etc but i want to know if overset mesh work
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