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Old   May 13, 2011, 21:16
Question Multiple fluide zone in ICEM Hexa Block problem
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Hello,

I have a problem of importing mesh to fluent.

When I made 2 or 3 fluide zone in ICEM Hexa block with adding new part-> assign block to this part.

1. this method would cause problem of assosiation of edges, vertex, faces of block .

2. This would cause problem of importing mesh in fluent, "fatal error"

So How can I solve this problem?


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Old   May 13, 2011, 23:02
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Try reading this tutorial
http://www.ara.bme.hu/~lohasz/ICEM_t...blade_mesh.pdf

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Thanks, but i think it's not my problem, this tut is a solid body and a fluid body, but what i need is two or more fluid zone in hexa after creating all blocks


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Hello!

Do you find any solution?

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Old   October 9, 2013, 10:57
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Thanks, but i think it's not my problem, this tut is a solid body and a fluid body, but what i need is two or more fluid zone in hexa after creating all blocks


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If you don't have a surface in your geometry as boundary between the fluid zones, then you have to add internal walls once you have created the mesh. If you run the check mesh command, ICEM would warn you that the internal walls between those different fluid parts are missing, but you can add them at the end before exporting the mesh to fluent.

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