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Old   July 22, 2015, 22:26
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I am relatively a beginner in CFD and would need help setting up a problem. I am modelling a valve chatter problem in 2D of a check valve. Basically, there is a ball inside a valve that moves randomly due to the pressure build up due to fluctuating inlet velocity. Of course, there will be mesh morphing/deformation.

Assuming I know the inputs and outputs of the problem. What is the best approach to defining the ball motion. Is it a user code, field function...?

I would really appreciate any help my way.

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