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Default Solution get converged but fluid doesn't flow through one of the two bodies!
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Dear Forum Members,

My geometry contains 1 part- 2 bodies: 1) circular disk 2) two concentric cylinder. Both bodies are perpendicular to each other. Geometry and meshing seems okay to me but i don't know why i'm not getting any flow through the circular disk.

As i am a new user, i couldn't figure out the reason behind this problem on my own. I need expert advice on this matter badly. Help me out guys

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