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Old   August 29, 2019, 23:54
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I'm trying to do this exact problem outlined here that models an impeller with a fixed zone condition of a given velocity profile:

I'm kinda newish to CFD outside of airfoils and a concept I'm not familiar with is cell zones. How do I create these since they are different from just different planes in the same body which I'm comfortable doing? Is this something I can do in Design Modeler such as using a face split or does it have to be done in Mesher or Fluent? Once I get that I can assign a fixed velocity then once I know that works I can write a UDF which I'm learning to do.
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