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Hi Everyone,
i'm doing a CFD simulation of wet clutch system.In this,there are two boundaries.Inlet-stationary boundary

Outlet-Rotating Boundary

It is a multi phase flow with Transmission Fluid on the inlet for first half of the model.In the next half,Air is the fluid on the outlet,
with inlet as stationary and outlet as rotating and the clearance between the inlet interface(TF) and outlet Interface(Air) is 0.2mm

I want to know how to initialize the flow field with TF on first half..Air on second half...as the boundary conditions
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