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Old   October 25, 2001, 11:05
Default Multi Block case.
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Constantinos Constantinou
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Hi There.

I have just started modeling with Gambit pre-processor. I am setting up a problem that inclutes multiblock constrains. That is: I have a Big 3D regtangular volume and in that volume i want to set up smaller volumes.(i.e turbulent flow in a room with furniture). I am able to model air flow in the room on its own but when i add the smaller volumes into it, the smaller volumes are not regognised to be meshed. How can i constrain smaller volumes into biger volumes with gambit?

Can you help me with that please?

Thanks in advance.

Regards

costas
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Old   October 26, 2001, 02:00
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Armin Gips
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Did you split the volumes? If you need both volumes split them bidirect.

Yours Armin
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