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Old   February 12, 2020, 05:57
Default Moving reference frame, sliding mesh and overset mesh
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Based on online information, sliding mesh is suitable for higher accuracy, transient simulation whereas moving reference frame (MRF) is faster and for steady state.

Is there any difference between sliding mesh and overset mesh in terms of suitable problems and simulation?

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