May 09, 2005


Few more frustrating tasks exist (at least from my point of view) than trying to model a wind turbine blade in a CFD program that copes neither with moving parts nor with rotating domains!!

Would be ok if it wasn't possible. But it is, so I have to figure it out…

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  1. You know, I've often thought the same thing!

    11 May 2005, 00:05

  2. Hmmm, history must have hidden depths….

    Tis ok now. We've reached an agreement we're both sticking to (me and the computer..) – I won't try and get it do do any more than the bare minimum it has, and it won't give me apolexy.

    11 May 2005, 00:15

  3. Well, so long as you've reached an agreement…

    11 May 2005, 15:11

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