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Old   March 4, 2017, 18:11
Default Oscillatory Wall in 3D geometry ANSYS FLUENT
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Hey guys,

I am relatively new to ANSYS Fluent, I was wondering if anyone could help me out and tell me an easy way to create a single oscillating wall using an equation in a 3-dimensional geometry?This single wall is the outer boundary in my flow domain and the motion of a wall is supposed to in sinusoidal motion with a fixed equation and time through the entire transient simulation. I havent found any UDF tutorials to help out with this, please any help would be greatly appreciated.

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ansys fluent 17.2, oscillating free surface, oscillating wall, oscillatingdisplacement

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