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Default How to identify the faces and set boundary conditions when using code-saturne?
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Hi,
I 'm trying to use code-saturne to simulate the plume of rocket motor nozzle. I use ICEM for meshing. And I found that the faces which were defined as parts in ICEM can not be identified when I import the mesh to code-saturne with CGNS format. So I can't set boundary conditions in code-saturne because I don't know the names of the faces(or the colors which be used as the definition in code-saturne).

Any ideas are welcomed.

Thank you very much,

Durant
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