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Old   January 24, 2005, 20:16
Default Moving(dynamic) mesh in Fluent
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Hi. guys.

I am looking for theory about moving mesh(boundary) used in Fluent.

I have a fluent manual, but it is just for Vol. 1 and 2.

As I know, the moving mesh part is added in Fluent V6.

Would you let me know the theory? or would you give me manual for Fluent V6 included moving mesh(boundary)?

Thank you.
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Old   January 25, 2005, 14:50
Default Re: Moving(dynamic) mesh in Fluent
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Hi Yonyhun,

If you are already using Fluent 6.0 or higher then you should have an electronic copy of the documentation, if not the manuals are available for registered users through this link:

If you are not already using Fluent and are curious about its capabilities then check out the company website and search for relevant articles, try this for starters:

If you still can't find enough info then contact the company directly, I'm sure they'll be happy to discuss the software in a little more detail.

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