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Old   April 30, 2013, 07:45
Question FLUENT boundary condition problem with gmsh
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Hello.
I created a meshed geometry using the software gmsh. I created physical zones in gmsh as zell so that I would be able to define boundary conditions in FLUENT.
I saved the file as .bdf before importing it into FLUENT then saving it as a .cas file.

The boundaries are shown in FLUENT but I am unable to edit the boundary conditions i.e no slip wall

The FLUENT toolbox writes "This page is not applicable under the current settings"

Is there any setting I can change in FLUENT so that I can edit the boundary conditions?

Thank you

I found a solution to this problem. I used ICEM to create the geometry instead.

Last edited by EIvb; May 22, 2013 at 08:12. Reason: I have found a solution
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