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Old   August 8, 2005, 15:59
Default moving (dynamic) mesh gives fluctuating pressure
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Hello everybody! I'm solving a quite complex problem including dynamic (hex) mesh. The overall solution looks fine but with the pressure fluctuating in time. I know for sure that it is due to the deforming mesh but I am no expert in grid interpolation, and therefor would apriciate any help; How to (if possible ) to get around it or maybe where to find more info about it so I can learn more about how it works.

Thanks in advance! /Daniel
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Old   July 31, 2010, 14:32
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i have same problem in dynamic mesh. if you able solve your problem , please send me this way,
thank you very much
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