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Old   June 4, 2013, 05:24
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Hi everybody!
I am an engineering student and I’m preparing my master’s degree thesis. I am studying Thermal Energy Storage Systems. In particular I’m focusing on air motion inside a cylinder of porous material.

In gambit to simulate pores I have to draw a fluid square cell (pore) “side 8mm” with a thickness of 1mm (for a total of 10mm) and 1000mm in length.
On the frontal external surface(thickness) I should put a 3x3 mesh, a 20x20 mesh in the pore and on the length I must make 300 knots. I wrote a previous post about a similar problem and you have been very helpful.

I hope you can do the same now!
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Old   June 4, 2013, 05:30
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This is a picture of the cell fluid.
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Old   June 4, 2013, 08:43
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what is the problem exactly?
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how do I put 300 nodes on the length?
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mesh/edge
in spacing choose "interval count"
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Old   June 7, 2013, 11:51
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Hi max!!
When I export the file in Fluent there is the following message:

Note: Separating wall zone 4 into zones 4 and 1.
wall -> wall (4) and wall:001 (1)
Note: Separating interior zone 8 into zones 8 and 7.
default-interior -> default-interior (8) and default-interior:007 (7)

What did I do wrong?
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How many volumes do you have?
What is your domain?
Do you need internal parallelepiped?If not, did you subtract it from the external parallelepiped?

Post pictures.

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daniele!
are you italian?i have a some difficulty to explain the problem in English! how can I contact you privately?
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it sounds like connectivity problem.
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