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Old   September 5, 2011, 23:27
Default How to create non-comformal mesh at the interface of two blocks?
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As showed in the attached figure, I put the inner and outer blocks into different parts. I want to apply different mesh densities for the inner and outer blocks, ie, how to break the connecticity between these two block?

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Old   September 6, 2011, 08:47
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1. Initialize the block for the first domain, associate interface edge with curves(interface_1), define pre-mesh parameters and convert the pre-mesh to unstrutural mesh;
2. Right click Blocking/Topology and create sub-topo. Re-initialize the block for the second domain using a new part, associate interface edge with curves(interface_2), then convert the pre-mesh to the unstrutural mesh. Select merge for the popup window.
3. Interface_I and interface_2 are different parts but identical in geometry feature in ICEM and a coupled interface boundary in fluent.
4. Define boundary conditions and output the mesh. Done.

Wish this can help someone in the future.
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hi blue,

thanks for posting ... very useful, helped me out of a tight situation - much appreciated ...

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can you upload the .block and .tin file? bluelc


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