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Old   February 18, 2017, 19:34
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Hi All,

I'm new to this forum, I tried doing dynamic meshing of 3D cylinder (imagining it to be an engine with no valves and with piston,cylinder and TDC)

In FLUENT I used Dynamic meshing zones option by giving my boundaries the following condition (Also I used In-cylinder option)
Piston - Rigid body,
Wall - Deforming,
TDC - Stationary.

I face the following problems, Only my rigid zone (piston) is being displayed, while the other zones are not appearing on the screen.

I used re-meshing and smoothing option, I couldn't see my mesh being compressed or expanded rather I could see only the motion of my BDC.

Could someone help me to resolve my problems.

Thank you.
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