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Old   March 20, 2013, 03:06
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my boundary conditions cannot be seen in fluent,wen i bring a mesh file from icem cfd after meshing it..what could be mistake or problem?
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Do you mean, that they are not visible under "boundary conditions" in Fluent? Then, I am 99% sure you did something wrong in ICEM.
What do you use for meshing in ICEM? Hexa with blocking?
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Do you mean, that they are not visible under "boundary conditions" in Fluent? Then, I am 99% sure you did something wrong in ICEM.
What do you use for meshing in ICEM? Hexa with blocking?
thanks for ur reply...
i used Hexa mesh (free mesh)...when i tried to do some model example in ICEM..its coming correctly in FLUENT.. but my actual model getting some problem in boundary condition while transferring it from ICEM to FLUENT...

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So what exactly is the problem?
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you don't have shell in your boundaries . associate face to surface to solve the problem...
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So what exactly is the problem?
the procedure i carried out...
1.i did modelling in CATIA and imported the surface and curves as IGES into ICEMCFD(its 2D).

2.Then i created parts and shadows for meshing.

3.Afta tat i created body in the parts were water flows.

4.then i shell meshed it and computed with a surface mesh.

5.i saved the mesh file and took it to fluent and there i got the problems.the boundary conditions were not visible...

i attach the pics of the mesh that i created and the problem that i faced in fluent.icem4.JPGicem4.JPG

flue-01.JPG

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