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Old   January 28, 2004, 22:25
Default 'internal' and 'interior' boundary conditions
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Vishu
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Hey All,

Could somebody please explain the difference between an 'interior' and and 'internal' boundary condition in Gambit. How are these conditions interpreted by Fluent while solving the problem?

I believe the interface boundary condition is for interface between phases, for sliding meshes etc.

Does somebody have an elegant and lucid explaination?

Sincerely, Vishu.
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