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Old   December 20, 2012, 08:43
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I have geomery region as shown in attachment. it is a solid square in square cavity.
I want to generate meshes in these two regions. but i met troubles about how to define these two regions and how to name it with "solid" and "fluid".
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I have geomery region as shown in attachment. it is a solid square in square cavity.
I want to generate meshes in these two regions. but i met troubles about how to define these two regions and how to name it with "solid" and "fluid".
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Hi ~ just delete the solid body, so ICEM wont generate mesh in it. you just get mesh on fluid part.
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Hi ~ just delete the solid body, so ICEM wont generate mesh in it. you just get mesh on fluid part.
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i need to compute these two regions simultaneously.
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specify the walls around the solid as internal part.
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specify the walls around the solid as internal part.
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Could you please tell me where is the command to define it as internal wall.
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Mesh -> Part Mesh Setup

Use the help button in ICEM and you will find a lot of answers
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