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Old   May 8, 2009, 03:38
Default Problem with rotating SOLID domain
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Hello CFX Users,

I calculate a centrifugal compressor. The flow field of the impeller is modeled with rotating domain. I would like to take the solid domain into account due to the heat transfer but it can not be defined rotating solid domain. There is an alternative: CFX Pre/Edit/Options/CFX Pre/Enable Beta Features. The rotating solid domain can be defined with this setting in principle. I have tried this way, but I think from the results that this solution is not correct. Does anybody have other solution perhabs?

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