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Old   June 27, 2014, 06:49
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Hi everybody!
I am modeling a falling water film (2D) and I am trying to make refinements in the mesh where the water will be located. I have tried adding a "bounding box" for my refinements, and use these as boundaries for sizing. Problem is, when I use this method for my refinements I end up with two interior zones in FLUENT and that causes problems.

Is there any way I can add refinements in Meshing without actually drawing it in Modeler? (Like blocking in ICEM?)

Hope somebody can help me out!

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