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Old   June 3, 2009, 04:42
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IŽd like to simulate a rotating labyrinth. The aim of the simulation is twofold:

1- Know the inside the labyrinth flow
2- At the end of the simulation, when convergence is reached, know the mass of the metallic particles remaining into the labyrinth

In order to achieve these objectives, I have done an external analysis, and I have created a real wall with a wall motion.

Do you think that this is the best way to do it with FlowWorks?

Thanks, best regards,

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