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Old   April 9, 2014, 13:00
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Hi,

My simulation is of a rectangular container with symmetry applied to the 2 faces and the 4 other sides modeled as walls. The container contains water and air and rotates by use of a rotating frame set at a specific angular velocity.This causes a sloshing effect in the tank. For writing my report I have to explain how Ansys solves this rotating motion so I was wondering where / how I can find this?

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Where do you find this information? Did you try the CFX documentation?
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