|January 8, 2013, 18:09||
Beginner Question re: o-grid in icem cfd
Join Date: Jan 2013
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I'm new to CFD, and couldn't find a solution to my problem in the existing forums, probably because it's a fairly elementary problem.
I want to simulate fluid flow over a 2D cylinder, using a circular domain. This is my process:
I created two concentric circles, made the bounding box over them, and then created an o-grid block. I then associated the bounding box edges and vertices to the outer circle, and the o-grid block edges and vertices to the inner circle.
I want my mesh to exist only between the two circles, but when I create my mesh I end up with a mesh inside the inner cylinder as well.
Can anybody help a noob out?
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