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Old   May 15, 2007, 10:30
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Hello, I'm working on droplet evaporation, and try to model droplet with a deforming sphere (diameter decreases) in Fluent. Or it's possible to deforms zones in fluent 6.2, however, geometry can move but keeps the same form. Is there some solutions to deform the sphere as a boundary and remesh in the boundary layer? Thank you in advance Bruno
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