Material in motion in a fluid domain
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If you want to give motion to the metal piece, you should use UDF through dynamic mesh . Here is the example for dynamic mesh motion.
If you want to add motion to the flow. You can vary the inlet conditions through time using profile option. Here is the example for this.
Hi Seeta, Thanks for taking the time to answer. The situatuon that I am trying to simulate is a 3D problem. So, I cannot apply the techniques that are shown on the first video. The second video shows how to have a non-uniform pressure inlet. I dont completely understand how the second video can help me. I have seen many videos posted by you, ansys and many other people, but no one has ever done what I am asking.
I attached a video that you posted on youtube. I need to replicate a similar situation. My piece of metal is not falling but moving in direction. It has a temperature and once it interacts with the fluid, I need to visualize the temperature changes within the piece of metal. In this video and many others, the ball or any other geometry gives in the possibility of having any information about it, since it is not meshed or treated as a independent object.
You will have to use 6dof approach. You can define CG or metal piece and can give velocity to CG in dynamic mesh zones.
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