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Old   May 9, 2022, 05:55
Question Magnetic stirrer simulation
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Hello everyone!

I have very limited experience in FLUENT/CFX, but I'd like to simulate some flow velocities of a magnetic stirrer (steady state, not two-phase).

I already have previous CFX files of a very similar simulation which were done by someone else (but they wouldn't open in Ansys), I just have to make the same geometry smaller, and modify the RPMs to run the simulation(s).
I know all the boundary conditions that has to be used (best guesses since it's for research) from the previous simulations.

Since I would need this for my thesis, I would really appreciate any kind of help with starting the simulation with the modified geometry.
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