August 27, 2019 at 10:40 amstacSubscriber
The upper tooth keeps stationary during the simulation. The lower tooth moves in a xy-motion to the upper left. The nect image shows the endposition.
My problem is, that i have a rigid bodymotion of the lower teeth and a stationary upper tweeth. Therfore i set the inlet-boundary on the left and the outlet-boundary on the right as deforming.
Is it possible to set up a deforming and moving wall for my lower teeth that my inlet and outlet are not deforming?
many thanks in advance
August 28, 2019 at 12:42 pmRobAnsys Employee
Yes, I think you need to fix the hex zones. Not sure how though, have you done the tutorials that can be accessed via the help tools?
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