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Old   May 4, 2020, 13:19
Default Natural Convection and Dynamic Mesh on OpenFoam
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I'm quite new on openfoam and I'm trying to perform an analysis which includes a moving mesh, representing a rotating basket, within an oven.

I've been trying to start from tutorial cases and make the changes I need but I'm having problems putting it all together: flow, moving mesh and heat.

I've already made tests with flow analysis and moving mesh without problem with PimpleFoam, and also the flow and heat analysis without the DyM with buoyantBoussinesqPimpleFoam.

For the complete analysis I'm trying to use rhoPimpleFoam or overBuoyantPimpleDymFoam, is that correct? There is anyone who already made a similar analysis?
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