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Old   February 11, 2004, 05:51
Default Boundary between two adjacent fluid faces!
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Hi, This is a very simple question, but I am new to CFD and FLuent. I have made a 2D towing tank in Gambit, and I am setting the fluid regions, and the boundaries. I have multiple adjacent faces, some structured and some unstructured, and they all have the same fluid. In the actual model I want it to be seen as one piece. Do I need to set a boundary for the edges between the two faces, or if I do not set anything it will assume it is continuous if the two faces are both set be fluid regions? Thanks
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Old   February 11, 2004, 06:33
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You only need one edge to share both faces for the fuid to move between the two. Otherwise Gambit will create a wall. Use the connect edges command.
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Old   February 11, 2004, 06:43
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It is one edge between each face. I was just wondering if I need to set the edge as some boundary, or just leave it. From what you say, it seems to me gambit sees it as continuous, which is what I want.
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