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Old   July 16, 2010, 08:55
Default Inserting Boundary Layers in multiple objects in Gambit for use in FLUENT
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Hi,

Could someone please say how to insert boundary Layers in two different circular cylinders within a single flow domain. The flow domain will be created in Gambit and the mesh exported into and analysed in FLUENT as two independent cylinders in flowing water. I need to capture the drag force on the face of both cylinders as you would in a piggyback pipeline configuration.

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