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Old   December 17, 2008, 02:28
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after doing all the tutorials with MRFSimpleFoam I tried to run my first "real"-case of a pump. The problem is that i just want to simulate one channel of this pump with one channel of guiding vanes. Now the questions:
- Can the rotor stator interface be treated in a non-confomal way?
- What to do if the rotor stator interface is of different size? In CFX this is solved with a pitch angle and a pitch ratio - Can something similar be done in OpenFoam?

Thank you very much in advance!

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