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Old   September 13, 2017, 16:04
Default Interference problem when cutting domain
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Hello everybody,I need to do some CFD analysis of an aircraft model. I need to divide the domain into two parts: a forward and a backward parts. To do this, I would like to generate two grids separately by using Meshing tool and then use the Mesh Interfaces module of Fluent to match the common surface. I preliminary create only one domain and then I try to slice it in order to have two sub-domains. My problem is the following: when the two subdomains are created by slicing the initial domain, it is observable a not perfect correspondence between the border areas (the misalignment is about 2 mm so not negligibile). This fact, also, produces the misalignment of the corresponding grids.
I hope someone help me. Thank you in advance for your availability.

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