|October 16, 2013, 16:49||
Walls in the interior which shouldnt be there
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it's gonna get a bit tricky here, so if you need more infos just ask i try to explain it as good as i can:
So i have a rotor stator problem which i once calculated with fluent to check if the mesh is ok. after that i used that mesh in igg ot cut out some elements from the rotor domain. now i export it to fluent. when i now load the .msh in fluent i get walls in the the whole domain (not just the rotor domain) which are basically the surfaces of the blocking.
so my question is, is there a way to get rid of those inner walls? i can't simply change them to interior.
or is it possible to delete the elements via icem? i mean i can load in the .cas into icem and delete the elements with the edit mesh tab, but then i dont have a shell at the "gap/slit" and get an error when i try to output it in a .msh file. If i use this option how can i create a new shell for this gap?
a) i use icem and create the gap and somehow create a shell for the gap?
b) i stay with my igg created gap, but then i have the problem with inner walls at the blocking borders when transferring the igg model to fluent. So i need a way to get rid of those inner walls.
would be awesome if you have a solution for either of those 2 ways
edit: ok we got a solution for the problem :P. so basically we have to use the igg project file to import the geometry and then the boundary conditions come out correct. just importing the cgns doesn't work
Last edited by Frukk; October 17, 2013 at 05:16. Reason: solved..
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