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Old   May 25, 2019, 15:22
Default Simulation of a simple mixer
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Hi everybody,

I have to model a simple mixer with water in it like the picture. I`m totally

newbie using fluent.

I`m using Ansys design modeler . the only thing that I heard is just put an extra cylinder around the propeller! ... but not sure how I should do it exactly...

So I need your help.

Your help would be really appreciated.


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Old   June 3, 2019, 05:22
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That's quite right. Let use MRF or Sliding model for modeling.

I think you can get a detailed guideline with me. Please contact me via email

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