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Old   July 23, 2012, 14:26
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I need help please

I have a model imported from AUTODESK INVENTOR with 3 different fluid bodies frozen, then took ICEM Mesh, we generated a grid to each of them and open it in CFX_PRE, who tells me that the domains are not defined.
One of the domains I have to give conditions of rotation.

My question is:

Is it OK to generate the mesh in ICEM and then define the domains in CFX_PRE?

How would I have to generate the mesh to define a rotating domain in CFX_PRE?

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can you please explain the procedure too
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ah I missed this thread.

For nozzle and outer domain, I have used ICEM hexa and rotor blade was meshed in turbo-grid and made copies in cfx-pre.

I can send you ICEM and turbogrid files...
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