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Old   February 15, 2007, 05:17
Default Different models in a single domain
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I'm trying solve my problem using FLUENT. I want to split up the whole computational domain in to two or more blocks. I need to use different solution models in each blocks. And I need a developed flow through the domain. How can I solve this problem? Can anybody help me?

Or, If I solve each blocks individually, then how can I input the output data from one block to another block calculation. Is their any technique or UDF to solve it? Can anybody please help me?

Thanks and with best regards

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Old   February 15, 2007, 08:10
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I have similar problem. I am calculating gas and liquid and I have to use 2 different turbulent models for each phase. And ... I do not know how to do this trick


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Old   February 15, 2007, 10:23
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If you decide to solve each block individually, than it is actually easy. First you calculate your first block, than you can just use this command:

File-write profile - (velocity, temperature what ever)

and this profile will be input for your second block using similar command

File - read profile...


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