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Old   January 6, 2010, 05:10
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I am currently using ICEM CFD (the version included in the ANSYS 12 pack) to mesh a multiple domain mesh with the T-grid algorithm.

I would like to know how to mesh only one specific domain I have instead of having ICEM meshing all of them each time I am launching a volumic mesh.

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Create a material point... It is meshing all of them because you have not indicated which ones you want...

There is also an option under global params for that tetra method that says "mesh multiple volumes"... if you turn that off, it will only mesh volumes with a surface mesh on the outside of the domain...

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