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Old   November 15, 2004, 18:38
Default Boundary conditions for Torque Converter
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Hello everyone, I need some help in setting the boundary conditions for Torque Converter. Which is the best method can be used with torque converter problem Rotating Multi Refrence Fram or the Mixing plane Method.. Thanks in advance for your help. Alaa
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