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Old   November 24, 2023, 15:46
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Hello y'all,

I have problem to ask you. I had designed a combustion chamber (gas turbine anular) for my project. It has symmetry as you can imagine

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As seen, there is a symmetry with the axis of rotation as the bottom axis. Should I close the side walls?

Additionally, when I close the side walls as solid, creating a "cap" is not a problem. However, I cannot create a "cap" when the side walls are open in this way. What approach should I take?


Well I found out that I needed to create fluid surfaces also.

Thank you everyone

Last edited by devolet; November 25, 2023 at 04:58. Reason: You can delete it. Found a solution :)
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