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Old   April 16, 2011, 17:26
Default CFD simulation with sliding meshes
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I have a question about a propeller time simulation in Fluent. I used sliding meshes approach but there wasn't effect in a wake swirl. The picture from the simulation is added to this questuion. There were time step 7.94e-5, 2100 rpm and subsonic flow.
Did somebody simulate or know about this simulation, for example simulation of ship propeller.

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