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I have a structure and within it, there is a cylindrical part having a bottom opening (please check the attachment).The structure is floating in water at a particular draft.In normal conditions the water inside the cylinder also will have the same draft.But what I need is to rise the water level inside the cylinder only, to evaluate the movement of water surface(inside the cylinder) relative to mean water level outside.How do I do that in Star CCM+...

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