March 27, 2018 at 12:23 pmsimsek8Subscriber
I want to create a vortex in a simple 2d mesh that is constrained with wall boundary conditions. Here is what I mean:
As you see, there are some nodes (actually cell centers) with proper u and v velocities for initial condition.
At this point I have looked in UDF Manual, found DEFINE_INIT macro which is shown below: (I can't write the code here. Website gives me Access Denied error)
How can I modify this for myself ? There are 4 initial velocities near the center of the square. Let say square is 1 m^2 and u = v = 0.15 m/s
March 27, 2018 at 12:28 pmsimsek8Subscriber
I can't write this code in first post due to this website.
March 29, 2018 at 8:38 amnasreddineSubscriber
Hi, I'm working on a DARRIEUS wind turbine with two blades, (rotating mesh and the other stationary connected by an interface) . I have defined the 6DOF properties , the wind turbine wasn't rotating? I am looking for an explanation and if is there any solution or help? best regards.
April 13, 2018 at 4:43 pmpglAnsys Employee
We'll add "ability to insert simulation code snippets into posts" to our wish list of Student Community enhancements. Thanks for pointing that out. But your attachment works fine, as others can view your code that way.
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