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Old   January 12, 2018, 07:32
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Hello friends
I am going to simulate a turbine in 3D. I can used dynamic mesh, or moving reference frame, or sliding mesh to show the movement of blades in fluid domain.
Basically, which one is more accurate to assume a turbine? What are pros and cons of above said possibilities to simulate a turbine impeller?
Thanks for sharing experience/knowledge
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moving boundary, turbine

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