|January 30, 2013, 03:54||
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I think you should get rid of the "surface body" and the non-frozen solid body in DM before proceeding.
Now the next step depends on the type of interface you want between the blocks.
Method 1: non-nonformal interface
Proceed with the multiple independent frozen bodies.
This allows you to mesh every block independently. However, you will get an interface between each block which affects your results.
Method 2: conformal interface
Select all the bodies, right-click and "form new part".
There will be no additional interfaces created in fluent since the mesh transition between the blocks is conformal.
|February 1, 2013, 05:02||
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I've got it, thanks so much for your quick response!
Another question is that which model should i use in FLUENT to simulate an airflow of Re= 10,000? Is there any reference materials which i can refer to to obtain information such as boundary conditions settings (intensity & viscosity ratio), solution methods, time-step sizing and etc?
|February 1, 2013, 09:54||
Ghazlani M. Ali
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Sorry for jumping in :
New to ICEM CFD, try this document --> http://goo.gl/G2gkE
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