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mizi April 26, 2012 16:30

URGENT!!Need help my body dissapear in fluent after meshing
 
Hello everybody,
I am final year student, i need to complete my final year project.I am doing in analysing drag and lift on variety degree lip on fishing lure.

My problem is after done the meshing and went in fluent, the body is disappear.Only boundary box left. I really can't find the solution have no idea, and the due date is within 2 weeks from now.

Here is my flow work.

1-Import the geometry from solid work (fishing lure)
2-Used enclosure to make boundary condition.
3-Do mesh and selected named to determine where inlet,wall,body,outlet.
4-In fluent, just inlet,interior solid,outlet and wall appear but the body of fishing lure is not appear.

Guys please do help me since i am new in using ansys.I really need your help.

diamondx April 26, 2012 19:47

can you attach project file ?

mizi April 26, 2012 22:27

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Originally Posted by diamondx (Post 357316)
can you attach project file ?


Hello ali, this is the picture i've attached.


1) This picture show when meshing and after done in selected the name for boundary condition.

http://i703.photobucket.com/albums/w...ie/meshing.png

2)This is when i go through in fluent and the body of lure is missing.

http://i703.photobucket.com/albums/w...dymissing2.png

Please do help me. the objective is to find the drag n lift at the lip.This is the 3rd degree. I have another 2 degree and also faced with the same problem.

chg April 26, 2012 23:00

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It is possible that you may select boundaries for both layers: fluid and solid and so they became overlapping. I think if you right-click and suppress solid (geometry>solid) before choosing and naming it again, this may solve the problem.

mizi April 28, 2012 12:37

Quote:

Originally Posted by chg (Post 357334)
It is possible that you may select boundaries for both layers: fluid and solid and so they became overlapping. I think if you right-click and suppress solid (geometry>solid) before choosing and naming it again, this may solve the problem.


I tried again but its still not work. I really do not know why this happened.WHat kind of body or subject geometry.is it must in 1 part 1 body?


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