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Old   October 20, 2015, 05:28
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Hi,

I am simulating an axial-flow turbine, known as Wells turbine, using CFX as a solver.

There are two stationary domains and one rotation domain in this CFD model as follows:


In other words, it is needed to place four interfaces in this model.

One interface in outlet of station1 domain(interface1)

One interface i inlet of rotation domain(interface1.1)

One interfaces in outlet of rotation domain(interface2)

One interface in inlet of station2 domain(interfac2.2)

here, interface 1 and interface1.1 are exactly overlap and also, interface2 and interface2.2 are exactly overlap. Is there adjustment about overlap interfaces in non-overlap condition?

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There is a non-overlap condition setting on the surface.
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