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Old   November 2, 2010, 08:13
Default Regarding the two domains in the simulation of stirred tank
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Hi,i am carrying on the simulation of stirred tanks, and in all the papers, the tanks were divided into two domains, a roational domain including the shaft and impeller and a stational domain including the baffles and tank walls, interfaces were used to connect them together. i wonder why cannot use only one domain and set the surface of the impeller and shaft as rotational wall and give a rotaional speed?

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