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Old   December 22, 2011, 09:18
Default Centrifugal Pump analyses Help
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Hello all,

For my design project I need to make cfd analyses for a centrifugal water pump.

I'm using Ansys 13 and Siemens Nx 7.5

I go over an Ansys 12 tutorial and I stuck due to a mismatch between two versions.
Problem 1 is I don't know which wall should I choose as interface side


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I have only limited time and I'm open to all advice that you share..
Thanks in advance

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Old   December 22, 2011, 14:08
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do u use MRF or Sliding mesh?

in MRF you dont have to make interface surfaces. choose interior as BC.
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