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Old   February 15, 2011, 12:28
Question FLUENT dynamic mesh set-up question
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I am trying to set up a case where the kinematics of the vehicle is already defined in a file (i.e. X,Y,Z,Vx,Vy,Vz,coordinate transformation matrix, etc...). The domain will be moved in rigid-body fashion, i.e. no re-meshing. So I read in Vx,Vy,Vz as a profile, specified my cell zone as moving mesh type. I have enabled dynamic mesh and defined the zone motion to my profile. So when I tried to preview the mesh motion, the domain is moving with the prescribed velocity components. Now I want to change its attitude as the domain changes angle in time. I have the transformation coefficient matrix available, but how do I implement that into the FLUENT solver?

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