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Old   July 16, 2006, 11:38
Default Problem regarding interfaces
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shanti
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Hi

I have defined 2 edges which include the same interface. When i export the file to FLUENT, it separates into 2 different zones. Now, i am not able to define the interface zones with these edges.

Can anyone help me with this? Is there any way to unite these to zones? I have tried to fuse these zones. It says that it cannot be done.

Thanks, Shanti

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Old   July 17, 2006, 09:01
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When you define interfaces in Gambit, you have to assign different interface boundary conditions for the two sides of the final interface. Then, in FLUENT, you will select "Define interfaces" menu option, and "connect" the two sides.

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