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Old   October 6, 2013, 09:18
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Sorry it took so long!

Here the image. I hope this is what you wanted. The view is parallel to the rotation-axis.

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Nothing obvious there.

But the approach is clear - you have to match up the region where the interfaces are not connecting up, and see if it lines up with some meshing issue - either a fine mesh connecting to a coarse mesh, or something like that.
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