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Old   October 6, 2015, 17:56
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Hello guys,

I am not really good at fluent but I have been working on something pretty simple and it is not going well.

I am using workbench to simulate a nozzle, my problem is after I insert named selections for my inlet, outlet, and walls and go from meshing to fluent they do not show up in boundary condition section for some reason.

Does anyone know what am I screwing up?

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