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Old   June 29, 2010, 04:49
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Hi there
I am new user to FLuent, I am exporting a .msh file created in Gambit to Fluent, it is ok to read, when I Grid-check it shows error sayings "Unassigned interface zone detected for interface 6" concluding " WARNING: Grid check failed". I donot know how to resolve it and am extremely under pressure for submitting some results in a week. Can any one help to resolve the issue.

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Old   June 30, 2010, 01:22
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you defined interface in Gambit.
Now in fluent you need to set the pairs of interfaces (define/grid interfaces...)
Once you defined them, you can recheck your mesh, and it should be ok
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