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Simon Archen November 16, 2001 10:17

Fluent - discontinuous grid interfaces
 
Hi. Does Fluent have the ability to create grids with one cell face having a number of neighbouring smaller cell faces?

I believe Star can handle this. Does Fluent do it in a similar way? Can such grids be created in Gambit?

Si.

Jonas Larsson November 16, 2001 10:42

Re: Fluent - discontinuous grid interfaces
 
Yes, Fluent can handle general grid interfaces, where the nodes on different sides don't match.

Simon Archen November 16, 2001 10:52

Re: Fluent - discontinuous grid interfaces
 
I thought so. I think Star handles the interface by allowing for arbritrary convex polyhedra cells in conjunction with an unstructured solver. Do you know if Fluent does the same or does it do some kind of interpolation?

Si.


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