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Old   August 2, 2012, 04:44
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Hi all,

i have a simple question.

i created a cylinder in ansys modeling. then i sliced it in 4 parts.

i meshed all parts.(conformal mesh)

i used named selection for inlet and outlet(FIG.1).

when i import mesh to fluent, there are 8 walls!!(FIG.2.)

my question is, how the wall is created??? and please tell me, why the walls can not be displayed in fluent(FIG.2.)?
what should i do? i don not want to have walls????
and how can i convert the walls to interior(FIG.3.)?
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Old   August 4, 2012, 20:49
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I'm not sure about that, you may want to ask your question at www.ansysforum.com in the fluent section. Apparently they have some experts that answer questions.
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Old   August 5, 2012, 20:37
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After slicing the parts in DM, select all the parts >right click > form new part, then it will be meshed as a single part in AM and when importing it in Fluent you will not have the 4 interior walls.
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