|March 7, 2005, 04:23||
? Meshing volum in GAMBIT
My volume is representing a parellel channel for fuel cell. In order for me not to have sub-mapping problems during the meshing generation, i had to define my volume into many different lines. Now, for creating the surfaces, to generate the volume afterwards, i din't make use of all the lines.
_ _ _
|_|_|_| = all the lines
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|_ _ _| = the surface; and from this surface creation of the volume
My question is to know, if those lines (the vertical once), which are still yellow (in GAMBIT) and not included in the volume (green), will cause any troubles during FLUENT calculations ?
Thank, hope you can help me ...
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