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Old   April 10, 2002, 16:17
Default CFD flow in bearing groove
Danny Khoo
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i am doing my research on the temperature distribution of lubricating fluid upon entry to the bearing groove. I have created three structures of different mesh densities (the bearing groove with a thin fluid film, looks like the shape of an inverted 'T'). i just want to know what exactly is the point of applying a cell monitoring and pressure cell reference (using the STARGUIde) and where to apply these settings on my model? please help, cheers.
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