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Old   November 11, 2014, 09:26
Default Train passing through tunnel- How to capture pressure variation?
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I am working on a problem of a train passing through a tunnel in fluent. I want to capture pressure variation on train surface. Since i am using sliding mesh, whatever surface monitor I set earlier don't move along train surface e.g. I draw a line along the train surface at t=0, after performing some iteration train body moves but not that line.
Is there any better method to capture pressure variation?
Any suggestion will be welcomed. Thanks in advance.


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