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Old   April 18, 2007, 11:13
Default Multiple reference frame
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Helloo , i have inside a brick a 3d wind turbine . I would like to solve this problem in MRF . Should i divide the brick into 3 parts , one contains the rotating parts and the others the non rotating parts ? if yes , I must do it using gambit , right ? then i shoujld assign the velocity of the referce frame in fluent ??? Plz waitn ur reply ASAP

ANY ADVICE TO SOLVE THIS PROBlem is welcomed and appreciated

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