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tmeysam92 July 18, 2012 07:53

question
 
HI ALL,


i have a simple question in design modeler.

i sliced a volume, then i meshed the parts.

the problem is that, when i import the mesh to fluent, the interface between parts will appear as wall.

but when i use split tool in gambit, and mesh the parts, in fluent the interface is virtual and is not wall.

what should i do in design modeler??

flotus1 July 18, 2012 08:02

Try forming an assembly from the two parts in design modeler.

tmeysam92 July 18, 2012 11:22

Quote:

Originally Posted by flotus1 (Post 372133)
Try forming an assembly from the two parts in design modeler.

i have to slice the parts. beacuse i want to make hexahedral mesh.

if i assemble parts in desgine modeler, then i can not mesh each part separately.

flotus1 July 18, 2012 11:35

You have to freeze the part before you slice it.

tmeysam92 July 18, 2012 13:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by flotus1 (Post 372177)
You have to freeze the part before you slice it.

i know that the slice tool is used just for frozen body.

suppose that i have a cylinder. for having hexa mesh, i have to first slice the cylinder in for parts, then i use multizone tool in ansys meshing, and i make the hexa mesh except the center of the pipe( that it is not important for my case), then i import the mesh to fluent,

when i import the mesh in fluent, the contacts between body will appear as walls, but i want to have interior, know what should i do????

flotus1 July 18, 2012 13:52

This is odd.
When I do it like this, interior faces are created automatically in Fluent.
You could of course change the walls to interior in Fluent.

devalpandya November 19, 2012 06:18

hi did anyone find out a solution of creating interior face in designmodeler?


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