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Old   October 18, 2006, 17:09
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Hi I have to design a combustion chamber in Gambit and Fluent. The problem is with meshing. The geometry is an annulus with two holes on the top surface for inlet. Can you give me a general idea about how to go about the meshing ? The mixture of air and fuel is inside the hollow annulus and I want to model it. So should I keep the annulus solid or do I model it as a hollow region ?

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