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Old   January 24, 2012, 05:51
Default Using a ICEM mesh with multiple Domains in CFX without Domain Interfaces
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Hy everybody,

I want to calculate the convective heat transfer between a solid and a fluid in ANSYS CFX. Therfore i created a mesh in ICEM which consists of to dices touching each other (just for testing). I am doing hexa meshing, and i want the mesh to be consistent (no interfaces is CFX).

The question is, how do i generate two domains to define the solid and fluid part in CFX?

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