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Old   January 16, 2007, 05:43
Massimiliano Tarrini
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Hi there, I'm involved in a project in which I've to simulate the flux in the rear part of a torpedo. This device has in the stern four fins with a movable flap. Our customer needs to simulate the effect determined by the rotation of one or may be of the 4 flaps. I do imagine that this is an unsteady simulation that involves the use of dynamic mesh. I also imagine that by the fact that the flap movement is indipendent from the solution, I can use profile instead of an UDF. I read also that I should use MRF creating a zone of fluid around my moving part, but of this i'm not confident. If anybody as suggestion I'd appriciate a lot. Thanks Massimiliano
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