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# how to use rotating region in autodesk simulation cfd 2013

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01-30-2013 05:34 AM

Anybody tell how to use rotating region in autodesk simulation cfd 2013

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# Re: how to use rotating region in autodesk simulation cfd 2013

01-30-2013 09:35 PM in reply to: vijay2007galaph

Hi,

To start off, you have to build your rotating region from your CAD modeller. The rotating region is basically a volume that envelopes your rotating solid part. The rotating region is set in the materials setup and the rotating velocity or torque is set in the material properties itself. A fluid part which contacts the rotating region must be set first before you can apply the rotating region. That fluid material will be the fluid for the rotating region.

Even more information can be found in the wikihelp section here:

http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Simulation_CFD/enu/2013/Help/0138-The_Proc138/0230-Setup_Ta230/0236-Mat...

Some very useful tips here:

http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Simulation_CFD/enu/2013/Help/0407-Learning407/0726-Guidelin726/0765-Rot...

Example model here:

http://wikihelp.autodesk.com/Simulation_CFD/enu/2013/Help/0407-Learning407/0408-Example_408/0590-Cen...

Regards

Ilyas

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# Re: how to use rotating region in autodesk simulation cfd 2013

02-01-2013 02:15 AM in reply to: ilyas

Thank You Very Much My Friend

another one doubt how to find lift and drag in autodesk simulation CFD 2013 software please help me

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# Re: how to use rotating region in autodesk simulation cfd 2013

02-01-2013 04:28 AM in reply to: vijay2007galaph

Try wall calculator. You need to enable the Wall forces in the Sovle solution box under Result quantities.

I think these are pretty basic questions. Wouldn't hurt to go through wikihelp documentation, tutorials.

OJ

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