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Old   June 13, 2014, 01:14
Default Unsteady Fan Simulation Time step
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Hi,

I have been running unsteady fan simulations in fluent using the sliding mesh technique.
I am not sure what time step i am supposed to use. Till now i have been using dt = the time take by the fan to rotate 1 degree.

How should i determine dt?

Also how should i determine how many iterations per time step to use?

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