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Old   March 7, 2016, 12:08
Default How to change the type of "zero wall thickness" internal baffle to "Internal"
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How to change the type of "zero wall thickness" internal baffle to Internal.

Because it is not considering at Fluent simulation.

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I have to make stationary mixing wall inside the fluid domain. I want to make those mixing plates as zero thickness to reduce the number of elements generation.

I tried with using this plates as boundary condition name "wall", then it is not considering in fluent simulation.

Some reference is telling in Gambit, change the type of planes to "Internal". But I'm working with Ansys Meshing. Any of u know how to do it in Ansys Meshing or any other alternative method for this?

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