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ferra89 August 19, 2013 08:22

[Icem] Only one adjacent cell thread
 
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Hi everybody
I am simulating a burner. My reactor has 1 fluid zone (1 Volume).

Exporting to a mesh is completed successfully.

However, when I open the mesh on Fluent, I get the following message: "Cannot change Interiore to interior because there is only one adjacent cell thread."

Interiore consists of the internal surfaces which delimit some blocks and they should be theoretically interior.

I tried imposing or not this boundary condition in ICEM.


How can I do to solve this problem? Please help me!
Thanks a lot

Regads

diamondx August 20, 2013 09:13

something does not make sense there, you need to find it. We all agree that because they are interior, they should have cells in both faces. there is a boundary there with cells in only one face, like inlet and outlet, and still you want it to be interior, impossible. you need to find it.

ferra89 August 20, 2013 09:20

Thank you Diamondx.
If I have understood correctly I must check if each Interiore Surface has cells in both faces, right?
Sorry, but I'm not a great expert in ICEM.

diamondx August 20, 2013 11:29

yes you right

ferra89 August 27, 2013 05:09

I don't follow you, how can I do to be sure that I meshed each side of the face?

I mean, face is connected to blocks and when I mesh, Icem should do it in each side of the internal surfaces automatically.

Thank you


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