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Old   July 9, 2007, 13:28
Default Gambit Setup for Remeshing
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Bob Carson
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I am setting up a case in Gambit and I am trying to define the zones where the remeshing is occuring. Are these defined as interfaces? Should each zone have separate vertexes and lines? This is a 2D case.
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Old   July 10, 2007, 06:59
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You just define them as different 'continum type' by selecting the moving zone and then rest of the domain.

Note that (In Fluent) if you are defining it through a profile, then you need to select these zones as per the profile you have already read to specify the motion.

Hope that helps.
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