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Old   December 15, 2010, 14:14
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I have a case modeling a baffled stirred tank with 180 degree periodicity. I am using multiple reference frames for the region near the impeller and the region surrounding it. Though I have set the boundary condition between the two regions as 'interior', it seems as if there is no momentum transferring across the boundary. Any ideas?
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