TAGGED: dynamic-mesh, layering, profile, udf, velocity-profile
February 15, 2023 at 11:41 amMax AustinSubscriber
I'm doing a 2D axisymmetric analysis of the damping coefficient of a piston. I am using a dynamic mesh (layering) to capture the movement of the piston head. Therefore, I require a motion UDF/profile to prescribe a velocity to each side of the piston. I would like to conduct a parameter study on the velocity of the piston but I am unsure whether it's possible to parameterise the motion UDF/profile. If anyone could enlighten me on this subject, that would be great :)
Thanks in advance
February 16, 2023 at 2:30 pmRobAnsys Employee
If you need to code up damping then I suspect you want a UDF. In which case parameters aren't really an option as you will need to edit the code.
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