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Old   July 21, 2016, 02:24
Default Problem with inserting inflation layers
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Hi Guys,

I am new to this forum and currently having a problem with meshing in Ansys Fluent. I hope I chose the proper sub-forum for my thread.
I am using the Student Version of Ansys Workbench.
I my specific case Fluent is bot able to insert the inflation layers.
I have already seen several tuorials which explain this process, so I think I can basically do it.
I also inserted a new method and chose the options 'Hex Dominant' and 'only quads' bescause i want the mesh to Be generated bye using only quads.
What did next was inserting the inflation layers. I keep the default setting for the Option 'surpressed' wich says: 'no'.
In my case there is another row below which tells me that the insertion of inflation layers is not active because I am using an invalid method.

Has anyone come to face this problem before or has an idea how to solve it?

Please tells me!

Thanks in advance!
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