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Old   April 17, 2019, 09:17
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I am trying to design and do a CFD test of pump. This is where I have come so far. (Picture 1)

The problem is that I cannot get the geometry of a single channel with an impeller. The single channel should look like the picture 2.

I thought of creating a surface and splitting the fluid volume with the surface. The problem is How do I create the surface that is used for splitting the Impeller volume? I only need to get ONE FLUID CHANNEL WITH BLADE (Look in the picture 2). Any ideas? Please help
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