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Old   August 7, 2008, 11:14
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Hi, I have done a transient simulation in CFX with two domains and a rotor moving mesh. Now I need to map the pressure results of the rotor into the structural model, but since the rotor model rotates the 'CFX pressure' function in Workbench Simulation doesn't map the right values, except when the rotor and structural model positions match. Is there a way of keeping the rotor's original coordinates while still realising a transient simulation? A frozen rotor approach isn't adequate for my problem. Does someone have experience in this? Thanks!

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Old   August 7, 2008, 11:30
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I forgot to tell, because of the computer cluster this is done in CFX 10.0, and after the CFD simulation is over I work with Workbench 11.0. Thanks
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Old   August 8, 2008, 08:28
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Found it, I altered the THETA_SHIFT_REL number value to 0 in the .trn files with a hex editor!
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