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HI,

I am confused regarding a problem that has a rotating solid part and water (fluid domain) flowing over it.
I have taken solid as a separate zone and there is an interface between the solid and the fluid region. I have given a zone rotation for the solid using Frame motion. But its not working. Problem solves when I give wall motion instead.

Please help me with the problem regarding MRF.

Thanks in advance!
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