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Old   May 26, 2011, 05:02
Default Interface between Symmetric and Full domains
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Let's say I have a 90 sector (symmetric conditions) domain of a component and I wish to attach it to a piping that have, long way downstream, curves and cannot be modelled as a symmetric 90 sector.
Is there a way to attach these two models at just one of the four 90 sector of the piping and let the other 3 sectors to "mimic" in some way the one attached?
Something like exporting (during the run) the velocity field at the 90 sector interface and apply it as a inlet condition for the remaining sectors...

Thanks for your help
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Old   May 28, 2011, 06:44
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I think it can.

Refer tutorial on stator/rotor in cfx help. where two domains are not same angle symmetries...
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