|April 22, 2013, 04:38||
divide parts in ICEM
Join Date: Apr 2013
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Here is my question. When I creat a geometry in ICEM, I put all edges in one part 'GEOM', so, after mesh, when I import them in FLUENT, and I need to set bondary conditions, it only shows 2 zones, which are ''GEOM" and "int_fluid". Could I split the part 'GEOM' into different edges as I draw and named them in the part 'GEOM'? I want them to be independent parts. Does anyone have any ideas, instead of recreat a new geometry.
I am looking forward to your reply, thanks.
|April 22, 2013, 05:05||
Join Date: Jun 2011
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In ICEM, at the lower left, you need to right-click on the "parts" section and chose "create new part". Here you can name it and select any block, geometry or whatever you want to be part of that new part. It will automatically "deleted" from the previous part.
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