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Old   May 28, 2007, 05:16
Default how to simulate an ossilating solid-wall ?
amir mahdavi
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hello, i need to simulate the ossilating solid-wall boundary(ideal standing wave cndition) in to cylander. please suggest me can i give boundary condition? should i set up the problem in fluent? 3.are there any tutorials available that are similar to this problem?any other guides that can help me? please help me and sending the answer to my email with thanks.
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Old   May 30, 2007, 04:14
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There is a tutorial naming vibro mix. try to do that that will help you a lot. this problem will be a dynamic mesh problem. and for boundary condition you had to simply give moving wall boundry condition. i am also doing almost same problem For further detail contact me via mail. Rashad
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