January 25, 2023 at 7:16 amFAQParticipant
Layering can be applied to a face zone in the case of a prismatic (Hex or Wedge) mesh to generate a mesh motion of the selected face. The basic steps to do this are: 1.Select ‘Layering’ as the Dynamic Mesh Method. 2.Creating the Dynamic Mesh Zones: a.Select faces to become Dynamic Mesh Zones b.Set the Type to ‘Rigid Body’ c.Hook the Profile or UDF to the Mesh Motion UDF d.Adjacent Zones and Cell Height can be adjusted in the Meshing Options 3.Run the Mesh Motion simulation Per the settings in the Profile or UDF, one can analyze the changes in dynamic face zones through the above method.
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