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[ICEM] ICEM CFD boundary conditions conversion to Fluent problem

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Old   October 30, 2011, 23:40
Default ICEM CFD boundary conditions conversion to Fluent problem
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I was building a mesh for a 2D airfoil in icemcfd and assigned the front curved surface of the farfield as inlet, the upper and lower farfield as symmetry and the back farfield as outlet. When I export the file to fluent and open the file in fluent, I just see one boundary condition for the upper lower and the front farfield edges. I tried a lot of combinations but the only thing that seems to be working is having the same BC for the lower, upper and the front FF of the domain.

Can anyone think of a reason why I am getting this problem.

The reason for concern is that, I will be using OpenFoam to solve the problem and the best way to convert a ICEMCFD mesh to OpenFoam Format is to go through Fluent.

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