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Old   April 28, 2011, 09:25
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Dear all,
The flow domain I am interested in has an annular shape. Obviously, the geometry has 4 edges and 4 faces. The 4 edges are circles. There are no edges in both radial and axial directions. I would like to construct structured grid for this domain, How can I perform it using Gambit? Note that If I split the annular to create radial and axial edges there will be internal faces that I do NOT like to have, I need all annular domain to be a fluid
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