August 30, 2022 at 3:10 pmjavat33489Subscriber
Hi all. I am interested in such a question.
There is a pendulum in the pipe through which water flows, it dangles there from the flow of liquid and creates waves.
- How to take it into account in the CFD solution so that it dangles during the calculation. How then to see the result of the waves?
- I would like to understand in what position it will stand by setting different liquid flow rates, how to do this? Classically, solids do not participate in the CFD calculation. Can you tell me how to make these calculations? Thank you.
August 30, 2022 at 3:50 pmRobAnsys Employee
You can look at a 6DOF motion (moving deforming mesh or overset).
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