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Old   November 16, 2013, 07:13
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I have a similar problem.

Four parts: 1 - stationary (supply)
2 - moving\rotating (inducer)
3 - moving\rotating (rotor)
4 - stationary (duct)

After I set the interface in FLUENT, there appeared two walls in the place of the interface. Their type is solid (aluminum). In the end they interfere with the movement of flow. Can you help me?
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