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Hello.

My work consists of two concentric cylinders in order to the internal cylinder is an solid cylinder with fixed angular velocity and the external cylinder is a fixed domain being the stationary fluid domain.

The normal procedure are transfer the forces from fluid (Fluent) to solid body and receive from solid body (Mechanical) the displacements. Additional that, I need to transfer the angular velocity from body (Mechanical) due a torque to fluid domain (Fluent) through the interface, but I can't do that.

Please, someone could help me to resolve it?

Is it possible to create a external routine to do that? The APDL could be an option?

Thanks.
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