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hello sir,
i am doing the blocking of two circular cylinder placed side by side in circular domain.
in our geometry part1(inflow) and part2(outflow) in icem cfd
but when i transfer it to the fluent i have faced the problem of shifting the boundaries.as shown by part_1 (inflow) and part_2 (outflow).

part1 & part2 represents it in icem cfd
part_1& part_2 represents in fluent

thanks in advance
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