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Old   April 7, 2010, 21:16
Default How to simulate a dynamically loaded journal bearing with Fluent?
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Hi, I'm new to the Fluent.

Now I wanna simulate a dynamically loaded journal bearing, to get the temperature and pressure distribution in the oil film. I don't know whether I could worke it out with the Fluent.
And also, I'm wondering how to load the dynamical load in this software.
Thanks, really appreciate it!
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