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amin_gls April 28, 2013 03:58

imprint face in icem cfd
 
hello everybody .. i want to define a new boundary condition on a surface without make a new part . in ansys workbench i know i should use imprint face but in icem cfd i dont know to do it . is there imprint face ability in icem? how can i do it . thanks for your guidance . :rolleyes:

Far April 28, 2013 13:58

right click on parts and make a new part if surface already exists. Otherwise go to geometry > create modify/surface > simple surface

amin_gls October 8, 2013 03:57

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Originally Posted by Far (Post 423667)
right click on parts and make a new part if surface already exists. Otherwise go to geometry > create modify/surface > simple surface

very thanks , i did it and made a new part ,
when i mesh it and save as a inlet for cfx pre ,
why in cfx pre i cant see this surface ?
this is a picture of my icem file

http://www.4shared.com/download/kMsp...70116-6ca0f75f

Far October 8, 2013 04:16

Quote:

Originally Posted by amin_gls (Post 455620)
very thanks , i did it and made a new part ,
when i mesh it and save as a inlet for cfx pre ,
why in cfx pre i cant see this surface ?
this is a picture of my icem file

http://www.4shared.com/download/kMsp...70116-6ca0f75f

It is unfortunate fact that CFX does not import the boundary conditions, through it imports all surfaces, domains etc. So what you should do:

You must create boundary conditions from the surfaces in mesh again for CFX. A little homework for you ;)

Far October 8, 2013 04:18

One more point which meshing method you are using : Tetra or Hexa ?

If hexa then you have to split block for that little face also and associate edges to curves and vertices to points..

amin_gls October 8, 2013 04:42

Quote:

Originally Posted by Far (Post 455627)
One more point which meshing method you are using : Tetra or Hexa ?

If hexa then you have to split block for that little face also and associate edges to curves and vertices to points..

i use hexa mesh , very good , very thanks my friend , i splitted the block for that little face , and associated , and now i can see that surface in cfx pre,
:):)
thank you again

http://www.4shared.com/download/knM6...74002-7364c615


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