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Old   April 21, 2007, 06:07
Default Blades inside a cylinder
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Oleg
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Hello , I have a 4 blades inside a cylinder , and i wan t to mesh this volume & export it into fluent . I first substracted the two volumes , then i meshed the computational domain with tet intervals 3 .i assigned as BC inlet , outlet , Wall (velocity, pressure outlet). I wan tto solve it using MRF .

My Questions :1- is that right what i have done until now ?

2- I will assign the wall as a Moving frame in Fluent ?

Plz reply ASAP , and advices and hints are welcomed ;

Oleg
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Old   April 23, 2007, 11:52
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I think u r right
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