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Old   December 18, 2019, 05:11
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Hi guys,
I have complex tubular structure having so many interfaces (almost 200) because of many c/s area change.
I have made fluid geometry in Space-claim and to make fluid surfaces without any interface I have used 'Detached all' option.
I know in ICEM CFD, it handles all surfaces for meshing purpose since there is no volume concept in ICEM. I want to do meshing in ANSYS and analysis in fluent.
So, I want to know whether ANSYS will be feasible to generate meshing if I have only fluid surfaces? And after meshing will I able to analyze in Fluent after that ?
Thank you in advance.
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