|May 8, 2006, 10:32||
ICEM CFD & Boundary Conditons
Could anyone please let me know how I can specify boundary conditions in ICEM in order to use my grid in FLUENT? Apparently, there should be a "translator" in "ouptput", but I can't find it, I have the full version of ICEM.
As a very simple test case, I have a stright cylinder, flow enters from one side and goes out fom the other side. So I need to specify INLET PRESSURE, OUTLET PRESSURE, FLUID (inside the duct) and SOLID (wall of the duct) boundary conditions. I am just stuck as to how to do it in ICEM.....because it is not possible to do this in FLUENT afterward.
Any idea/advice would be very much appreciated.
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