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Old   February 3, 2011, 12:45
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I want to calculate a charging periode of a water deposit. To make calculation more efficent i thought to divide my model in tow parts, to calculate one with a turbulent continua and the other one with a laminar one.

Tried to create to regions and link them up with different interfaces, but nothing worked out.

So i got my doubts if this case is possibly to generate in Star-ccm+ or if someone knows how to do that.

greets and thanks

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