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Old   February 12, 2021, 10:57
Default [ICEM] How to use Split Wall command?
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Hi all. I have a question about the split wall option. If applied to a single surface, it has overlapping set of elements on each side of it. I have observed the following two features:-
1) Check mesh shows surface orientation and overlapping element error.
2) Fluent says "there is only one adjacent cell thread" and declares it as wall.
3) Fluent would make it interior but the behavior of the surface would be as wall and barrier to flow field.
I want to make it interior volume surface. How do I do that? Thank you
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