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Old   October 17, 2014, 09:35
Default Use Several Hexa Domains in Ansys Fluent
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Hello colleagues,

In Design Modeler I modeled several concentric pipes (all of them modeled as frozen volumes, connnecting surfaces identified by the named selection tool, etc), which I later meshed in ICEM using Hexa meshing (blocking) strategy.

When I open the mesh in Fluent I only see one single domain, not the four (04) domains I need for my simulation.,

So the question is how to set things in ICEM to later see the separated domains in Fluent...

Thanks in advance...
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