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Old   July 13, 2005, 03:31
Default Location of interface for sliding mesh
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hi I am trying to solve the flow in a stirred tank with rushton turbine. I have got good results with MRF but now i want to solve it with Sliding Mesh. Can i use the same inner and ourter zones of MRF for sliding mesh or i have to change the location of the interfaces.

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Old   July 14, 2005, 04:30
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No, but you have to be sure that the interfaces are surfaces of revolution and defined on practically identical geometries, otherwise you will not get a converged solution. And of course, change "Moving Reference Frame" to "Moving Mesh", but you must know that already.

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