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Old   December 1, 2011, 08:17
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Dear all,

I am modelling an air nozzle inside a pipe with 2D axisym geometry. To obtain nice mapped mesh, I have meshed the edges of the nozzle and assigned each of them a boundary condition. But if I use interphase BC for nozzle exit, I get errors in Fluent (Unassigned interphase zone detected). I would like that Fluent calculates variables at nozzle exit

Can anyone explain to me why I do get such error?
Should I remove the nozzle exit edge and work on mesh?

Thank you very much for your help

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