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Old   May 7, 2013, 14:34
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Hello, I want to try the following, but first I would like to hear an opinion, If i set the inlet and outlet to be pressure based and both have the same value theoretically there should be no translation of the fluid from the inlet to the outlet, but I want to do this because i want to try a pair of rotatory walls to see if the can move the fluid, my question is, would this work? It sounds like it should but I am not too sure about it.
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