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Old   April 20, 2018, 05:38
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Hi to all Flow 3-d users.
For my thesis i am modeling an inclined archimedes turbine but i have problem defining right the coordinates so the turbine is not moving.
In an other case, i was able to rotate the frame through the gravity components but now the turbine is modelled with other components and i cannot do that.
I have already tried 6 degrees of freedom with only the axis am interested set to coupled and the other prescribed (o) but with no good result.
How can i define right an inclined fixed axis?
Thanks in advance for your replies..!
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