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Old   August 23, 2015, 07:20
Post How to creat similar mesh on two coplanar faces?
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I recently finished my work in ANSYS CFX where I used Translational periodic condition. I want to achieve the same in ANSYS Fluent. When i apply Translational periodic condition in Ansys Fluent i get the following error:

Warning: Number of elements does not match between zone 13 and 15.
Error: Failed to make zones periodic.
Error Object: #f

can any body please help to generate a similar mesh to two faces...
I used ANSYS MESHING to generate the mesh...
Thank you.
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Old   September 1, 2015, 09:58
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Have you try match mesh control?


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fluent, similar mesh, translational periodicity

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