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Old   July 5, 2007, 23:00
Default Mesh Deformation & Fortran
J. Hidalgo
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Hello everyone: I'm simulating a twin srcrew pump (SP) cavities. I've already generated a finite number of meshes representing the interior of a SP throughout a complete revolution. My question is: How can I modify the junction box fortran files (that comes with tutorial 20 -Check Valve- ) so when the simulation read the last mesh file (ValveFSI.19) it continues at next step with the first mesh (e.g ValveFSI.0), in order to perform a secound revolution?
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