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To all,

I am fairly new at CFD. I am working on a vane motor, which is pretty much the reverse of the vane pump tutorial. My question is how can I receive information about the torque or RPM of the rotor? I believe I must use dynamic mesh, but I am not sure how handle the rotation of the rotor. I want the rotor to move from the pressure gradients created. I want to specify different input pressures and see how the torque changes. Any advice.

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