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Old   January 13, 2013, 18:21
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Right now i am learning how to use ICEM, what i want is your opinion about this geometry, this is the fluid volume of a twin screw pump, i will have to mesh this geometry and set boundary conditions, the inner faces are the screws so they will have a velocity, the outside faces will be a wall, what i want to know is:
-Will i have trouble creating the boundary conditions?
-Is there another option to mesh and create the boundary conditions besides ICEM?

I will simulate using FLUENT

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