Which you'll see in reality. Just means you need to run the model a lot longer. Viscous dissipation will eventually allow the domain to stop moving. Bear in mind what the D in CFD means though, it's going to be a very stiff calculation. nHave a look at work done on clarifiers in the water industry: this sounds a similar application. n
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