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Dear All,

I have created a cylindrical tube (in rough sense) which is filled with fluid which is rotated about its axis, I also heat a part of the tube and cool a part of the tube as well. I was able to system couple structural transient and fluent and the results were satisfactory. I would like to do dynamic meshing of the fluid which is not working.

Do I need to do a UDF for it??
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