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Old   June 27, 2006, 09:55
Default Rotating blades fan problem
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Hallo all, I am quite new fluent user and I am studying tutorial attached to documentation. Right now I am interested in involving moving parts/frames into my model. I implemented blower tutorial which results represents the snaphot of the air flow through a centrifugal blower. But there is a question: is there simple way to modify this tutorial to represent "real" rotating blades? I mean that in case of unsteady calculations solve->mesh motion option should visualize a rotation movement of the blads not like in rotating frame approach where they are in rest (graphically).

I would be very grateful for help, Luk
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Old   June 27, 2006, 09:56
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Sorry for repeation - there was problem with my www viewer and I was not sure if the message was send or not.

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