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papis June 6, 2011 12:05

[ICEM] Boundary Condition issue
 
Hi all,


I am using icem cfd to create a mesh for a 2d airfoil.I use my own solver and use the mesh from ICEM. My code is parallel so i am trying to generate 2 fluent.msh files and use them as 2 different blocks for my code.I have create a 2d mesh and then i split the topo in two.

My problem is that I can't define a block edge as a boundary to apply interblock boundary conditions.Is there a way to do that?.

I have pictures attached so you can see what i mean above.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you very much

Screenshots
http://147.102.42.169/icem/1.png
http://147.102.42.169/icem/2.png
http://147.102.42.169/icem/3.png
http://147.102.42.169/icem/4.png

Ludvik June 7, 2011 03:13

Divide Blocks into different Parts (as two Fluid Cell zones).

papis June 7, 2011 05:56

Thank you very much i will try that and post the results.

PSYMN June 7, 2011 10:09

Associate Edge to Curve
 
Yes, as soon as you have two different volumes, ICEM CFD will automatically want to create a boundary... But you will still need to associate that medial edge with a curve if you need the line elements for your boco


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