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Old   May 20, 2015, 05:12
Default unable to create periodic zones in a dimpled tube.
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Hi all. i have a problem for with i need to model heat transfer with translational periodicity. i created a mesh and imported it in fluent and tried to make the zones periodic using the tui. i couldnt do is as the no. of elements on both the faces was different. so i mapped the mesh and tried it again but with no success. this time the error contained no information at all, it just said failed to create periodic zones. I need help. i have attached the images of geometry as well as the mesh and error.
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Old   May 21, 2015, 00:47
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did you tried to say no for last question and enter vectors manually!?
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