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Old   January 19, 2012, 05:38
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Hi,
I'm new in using Ansys products.
I have create the geometry with DM. The geometry is complicated so I have partitioned it. Now I have many different solids.
Than I have meshed it with the Ansys mesher. At the interface between the solids the mesh is disconnected ?! When I import it for example in Fluent, I have many separate domains of fluid. How can I connect theme? Shoud I create some connections before? If yes, how?

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Old   January 19, 2012, 18:29
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Hi,
I'm new in using Ansys products.
I have create the geometry with DM. The geometry is complicated so I have partitioned it. Now I have many different solids.
Than I have meshed it with the Ansys mesher. At the interface between the solids the mesh is disconnected ?! When I import it for example in Fluent, I have many separate domains of fluid. How can I connect theme? Shoud I create some connections before? If yes, how?

Thanks
Franco

Dear you can make multibody parts (1part, more bodies), just select all the parts, right click, and form new part in DM.

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