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Old   December 25, 2002, 16:58
Default Meshing a volume having two parts
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ANINDYA! In response to ur message posted Mon, 8 July 2002, i want to ask u some thing. i created two volumes separately in gambit as told by u in ur message. then i read these in Tgrid & wrote the mesh file. but in Fluent6 when i tried to merge the interfaces a & b there was following error message. "merge-threads: unable to merge selected threads" "Error Object: (5 11)" can u help me plz. how to solve this issue. regards
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