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Default Glass mould analysis (transient thermal and Fluent)
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Hi everyone,

I am working on glass molding thermal analysis(trasient thermal)

Gob is a viscous ( fluid) element and has vertically a quiet bit velocity, going down into glass mould ( staying 2 seconds in mould and it has been transfered by another mould. At the same time the first mould waits (3 seconds) and then another gob comes

before the gob is inside the mould, its profile is defined by engineers environment.

is it possible to make this analysis in Ansys? moreover how can i spesify gob's velocity before entering to mould (according to regarding axis) ?

if I make it done, I''ll do all results into FLUENT.and that is possible ?

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