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Old   February 28, 2021, 10:54
Default How to get inflation layers on wall inside INLET domain
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I designed Bellmouth in such a way that my outer domain covering some part of my wall. Then I decided to give a 1mm gap between my outer domain and wall. When trying to give inflation layers the wall inside the outer domain( Inlet) not getting a prism layer. How to deal with this problem.
I am attaching figures of my design.
your help is much appreciated.

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