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Default Combine non rotating part with rotating parts or not ?
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Hi all,

I'm currently working on simulation of horizontal centrifugal separator. Was stuck on the gambit where i need to combine volume of rotating cones and non rotating casing that contains the fluids and the cones so that it can be defined. The casing part is not touching the cones at all.

Pls anyone tell me if i can just proceed to defining the boundries without connecting the rotating and non rotating parts? (maybe some functions that can be used to define such situation?)

If i have to connect them together, what should i do?

Thanks for all the replies in advance.

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