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Hi everybody.

I am simulating a rotating domain of a water wheel. In the lateral surfaces of the rotating domain, which are in contact with the external open ambient, I have used pressure outlet=gauge pressure =0. The operative pressure is 101300 Pa.
It is correct?
I see that inside the rotating domain, the air flows at 40 m/s, which is totally wrong and I can't understand why. If I use symmetry instead pressure outlet this bad result doesn't appear, but, since there is not contact with the open ambient, the inside pressure becomes wrong.

Anyone can help me?

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