|January 6, 2011, 23:39||
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I am doing a heat transfer analysis in 2 fluid domain and 2 solid domain similar as shown in the picture.I am using Ansys Mesher but I don't know how to create body points (As like ICEM-CFD) to mention the solid domains and fluid domains.
If I have a single solid inside the fluid domain then I can do a Boolean operation to extract the fluid domain, but for this type of problem I don't know how to go about it in Ansys Mesher.Kindly help me.
|January 7, 2011, 18:24||
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For ANSYS Meshing, you have the actual bodies, so you don't need material points. What you need to do is create the Fluid bodies while in DM. You can do this with enclosure or fill operations... There are tutorials about this or just search for it in the help.
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