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Old   March 20, 2021, 15:18
Post How to create a fluid volume inside a fluid volume
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How to create a fluid volume inside a fluid volume?

I have one fluid region which encloses the Turbofan, however, i have put an extra fluid region closer around the turbofan with a lot more mesh.

The problem i face is that i am not sure what the boundary condition should be for the internal fluid flow as when i tried to simulate it it showed it as a full solid. Any help would be appreciated.

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I would go to the specific software forum and ask your question again.
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