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Old   July 4, 2016, 07:46
Default How to define moving wall rotation axis origin in Dynamic mesh
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I simulate moving car with Dynamic mesh. I want apply rotating motion on wheel but It is hard to rotating wheel by dynamic mesh.
so, I want try moving wall rotational condition on wheel instead of dynamic mesh. but problem is rotation axis origin should also change as Car moves by dynamic mesh.

how can I apply changing parameter on Rotation axis origin
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you should calculate that through udf.
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