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Old   October 12, 2023, 04:14
Default Rotation is not simulated MRF
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Hi together, I have an issue with the MRF model for two domains. I have a rotor ("passage" fluid domain) and a stator ("passge_1" fluid domain) and set up the corresponding mixing plane and domain settings (most of it done by the torbo_workflow), but it seems the rotation is not simulated. This can bee seen on the velocity plot after simulation. The direction in both reference frames are the same. Do have an idea, what I am doing wrong? Thanks in advance and best regards!

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