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Old   November 22, 2010, 08:09
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I want to use MRF method to simulate a centrifugal pump,
in this method i should make different zones with interface,
acoording to fluent guide for the BLOWER after reading the mesh, there should be shadows,
I mesh my geometry by ICEM ,and when i read it bye fluent there is no shadow?
what can I do?
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