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Old   September 27, 2011, 05:41
Default Non-Inertial Reference Frame and Fluent
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Hi everyone,

I'm currently running a flapping and pitching wing in Fluent and have defined this motion in the wind axis as velocity inlets (using UDF's). Because my reference frame is now non-inertial I need to include an extra acceleration term in my Navier Stokes equation. What feature in Fluent allows me to do this?

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