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Old   February 25, 2013, 04:27
Question Help needed regarding meshing of T junction
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Hello Friends,

I am currently working on the area of fluid mixing in T junction piping systems. Initially I tried doing the meshing only for the fluid domain and it was good. Now I am trying to do the complete meshing for the entire geometry (outer solid wall and inner fluid flow). But the meshing doesn't seem to work at all (i.e., it is incomplete and does not cover the entire geometry as I had expected). I have attached the geometry of the T junction along with this thread. Could somebody please help me figure out how to do the blocking and meshing properly for the entire geometry? Thank you very much for your help in advance.

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