|April 25, 2016, 14:42||
ICEM > Fluent, boundary conditions are not showing up
Join Date: Apr 2016
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Hello, I'm working on my final year project and I'm attempting to do abit of CFD.
I'm having an absolute nightmare, I am attempting to simulate a multiphase flow between oil and water in a microfluidic channel to back up a decision I made in my project. My boundary conditions do not seem to be translating over to FLUENT.
My process has been:
Create geometry in solidworks
Map out Wall, oil inlet, water inlet, outlet as seperate parts (ive used the line tool).
Save as unstructured mesh
Set boundary conditions, Oil > velocity inflow, Water > velocity inflow, Outlet > outflow, Wall > wall
But when I open in FLUENT all that appears is "int_part_1", "wall_part_1"
My thesis is due on friday so any help would be MUCH appreciated. Please keep it simple if possible as im pretty new to this stuff.
|April 26, 2016, 04:34||
Join Date: Oct 2015
Posts: 24Rep Power: 3
Could you please try to give boundary conditions at OUTPUT section and same section get output for fluent. Morever, you should always save your project when ICEM asks. If you were not doing that, that would be the reason.
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