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Old   February 26, 2006, 03:16
Default Boundary conditon of a baffle in the MRF region
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I am using multiple reference frame to simulate a propeller fan in a large room. In the MRF region, there is a baffle which is stationary with respect to the absulte reference frame. The point is how can I set the motion of the baffle? Just leave it with the defualt option as stationary or set it as a moving wall but give a "0" rotational speed in the absolute frame. Are these two options the same? Default stationary and moving wall with "0" rotational speed in the absolute frame?

I would appreciate it if any of you can give some advice!
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Old   February 26, 2006, 05:07
Default Re: Boundary conditon of a baffle in the MRF regio
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these two options are the same, you can compare your results when you get a convergence result.
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