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Hi to all.

i am simulatiing natural convection in an assembly of vertical cylinders. i have made 3 cylinders at diffent position inside a big cylinder . for structure meshing i have made small faces around the 3 cylinders. i mesh the 3 cylinder as well as the small faces around it and sweep thes faces in z-direction to make meshed volumes. the problem is that when i read the mesh file in fluent it skipe the cylinder faces and dont show the BC that i have specifed in gambit.


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