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Old   June 4, 2014, 15:33
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I have found if I add the named selections within mesher after the Fluent solver has been opened it causes issues in Fluent. In other words, if I forget to add the named selections before starting Fluent is there any way to add these and then run fluent without starting over in workbench.

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Old   June 12, 2014, 06:18
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Mmm, I don't think you can do this because, when FLUENT starts it checks all the boundaries and if they don't have a explicit name and they are adjacent to each other, FLUENT will sew most of them and will put a default name to each cluster of walls. So, if this doesn't serves to you you will have to do all again in your mesher. Regards
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