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Default How to deal with a rotating shaft which is not in the rotating zone.
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Hi FOAMERS,

In this situation depicted in the image.the up impeller and the bottom impeller are in the rotating zone(I represent the rotating zone using two boxes).But the shaft actually is rotating.

How should I deal with this boundary condition without making the shaft embodied in the rotating zone?
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