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flow_CH July 10, 2013 01:36

Face boundary in 2d
 
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Hello.

I am modeling a 2d channel in Gambit. I have a face that air enters into the model. I am defining 5 edges for boundaries like wall and pressure inlet and pressure outlet and etc. But after defining the face for air, i can not export mesh for fluent. Is that possible to define face boundary in 2d model? see attached image ( Gambit error and geometry)

Thanks

Far July 10, 2013 04:28

No you cannot define face as boundary condition for 2d case. Give pressure condition to two outermost edges instead of four.

flow_CH July 10, 2013 04:37

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Originally Posted by Far (Post 438843)
No you cannot define face as boundary condition for 2d case. Give pressure condition to two outermost edges instead of four.

You mean i erase two wall boundary edges and define that to pressure inlet boundary? if yes, since we are not defining the wall boundary then is the flow going out of model?

-mAx- July 10, 2013 04:47

don't set any BC to internal edge.
As Far explained, assign pressure inlet to both outer edges.
If you are running multiphase, you can use your air-face to initialise your vof. For that you need to assign your surface as another fluid domain

flow_CH July 10, 2013 04:50

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Originally Posted by -mAx- (Post 438856)
don't set any BC to internal edge.
As Far explained, assign pressure inlet to both outer edges.
If you are running multiphase, you can use your air-face to initialise your vof. For that you need to assign your surface as another fluid domain

Yes. My model is multiphase. Can you explain more last sentence?
Thanks

-mAx- July 10, 2013 04:53

http://aerojet.engr.ucdavis.edu/gamb...zone_cont_type

Far July 10, 2013 05:01

yes. Define that wall edges as pressure inlet

flow_CH July 12, 2013 02:10

I Defined that wall edges as pressure inlet and tested 2d in my model . But in 2d i could not simulate that because every time the flow arrive that boundary, solution is converged!!! and flow not going to outlet (downstream)!!!!

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-mAx- July 12, 2013 03:29

sounds connectivity problem.
can you post picture of velocity contour (with mesh) on this area?

flow_CH July 12, 2013 03:55

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Originally Posted by -mAx- (Post 439307)
sounds connectivity problem.
can you post picture of velocity contour (with mesh) on this area?

Thank you for your quick reply.
sounds connectivity problem? What is that?
I should say my continuity criteria for residuals is 0.001.
I will send pics for you in private.


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