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Old   June 18, 2011, 18:55
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Dear All,
i'm tried to make a numerical modeling of flow in a horizoontal well using fluent.now i have a problem with mishing the model.
you can make use of tha attached text file.
your help will be highly appreciated.
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Old   June 23, 2011, 12:44
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What do you mean by telling that you have a problem in meshing.What software are using to create the model?What software are you using to mesh the file?
If you had used Gambit I give you these suggestion:
1)Try smart mesh
2)Separate your model in different volumes and connect them by using the interior or interface condition then mesh the file.
3)If you are meshing complex model use triangular elements.

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