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Old   May 27, 2021, 05:47
Default How can we define the interface for a two-dimensional shape?
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Hello!
Given the attached drawing (Figure 1).
1) How can I define an interface? (ANSYS fluent does not define it automatically).
* I tried to call it an "interface" in ICEM (but I encountered the problem as shown in Figure 2) ..
* I also chose the option "share" in SpaceClaim (Figure 3), and I was not able to solve the problem.
2) How can a boundary condition be given at the interface?
Have you encountered a similar problem? Please Help.

Fig 1.png Fig 1
Fig 2.JPG Fig 2
Fig 3.png Fig 3
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