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Old   February 5, 2015, 04:02
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Dear all,

I'm trying to model different boundary layer distributions in my domain and I need some help.

I define different total heights for each part where I want a B.L. with 1 single layer. No problem.
Then, when I try to split these prisms into several ones with the correct expansion law and I specify in which parts I want that particular type of B.L .,ICEM makes this distribution for all the different parts even if they are not selected in the split menu.
If then, I'll try to produce another B.L in another part, it resplit all the prisms again.
Any idea how to produce different BL distribution in adjacent parts?
Thanks
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