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Old   March 17, 2021, 07:05
Default Mesh Continuity between different bodies
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Hello, I am trying to simulate the mix of two different liquids in a pipe. The following geometry has two inlets and two outlets. Concerning the mesh I mostly used sweep since tubes are sweepable bodies except for the branch where i used tetrahedrals (I could not use even multizone which I cannot understand why). My main question is the following. Because I have split the model in different bodies the mesh between each body doesnt have continuity. You can see that in the following pictures. Is that an issue? And if it is then how can I solve it? How can I create a mesh "continuity"?
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