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Old   March 12, 2007, 13:43
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I am new to Fluent/Gambit. I have to move a rigid body. I think dynamic mesh is the way to go. Can someone help me learn how to use this feature. Where do I start? I know how to make general meshes. Is making a mesh for dynamic mesh different? Or, i can use the same mesh and specify it dynamic in Fluent only? Please let me know if my question is nt clear

Thanks in advance Pj
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Old   March 12, 2007, 15:16
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hello , it is very different , and it needs a lot of efforts , u should first start practicing in the moving and sliding reference frames , it may be helpful for u . Also try to use the multiple reference frame instead of dynamic meshes , it is easier , or actually less harder !!

u can check in the documentation or in the tutorials ... . hope that i help u

regards, Hussein
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