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Old   July 25, 2012, 16:21
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Hi everyone,

Thanks for your time to look at my question. I'd like to have unmatched nodes at the two sides of the fluid-porous interface. But even I define them (blocks, lines, curves) to the correspondant parts and add a surface at the middle, I still can't have totally unmatched mesh. May I ask how to have totally unmatched nodes across the fluid-porous or fluid-fluid interface?



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this can be done with mesh refinment
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this can be done with mesh refinment
Thanks, Far. It works.

And how to unmatch the mesh for this case? I'd like to test GGI for that problem.

To ask a question about O-grid generation

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As Far said, use the mesh refinement tool (have a look to the user manuel).
Or do two separates blocking for each part and specify differents number of nodes on the edge interfaces.
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Or do two separates blocking for each part and specify differents number of nodes on the edge interfaces.
Thats the solution. Even you can try the 1:1, 1:2 and 1:3 nodes distribution on both sides to check the quality of results with GGI
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Thats the solution. Even you can try the 1:1, 1:2 and 1:3 nodes distribution on both sides to check the quality of results with GGI

Thanks, Far. I tried it. But I didn't succeeded in that way. I succeeded it by convert it to mesh part by part. It seems there is no way to make it well at the pre-mesh.

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