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Old   November 24, 2021, 13:58
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Hello All.
I am trying to model a 2D channel (a rectangular domain) with subdomain (circle domain) and solid body using overset mesh in Ansys fluent. The Model was running when I used finer mesh for domain and courser mesh for subdomain using Ansys Meshing software. However, I got an error message when I used courser mesh for the domain and finer mesh for the subdomain. I tried to use Ansys ICEM for meshing using o-grid method for the subdomain. That method was not working as well. I got different errors. This is one of the error messages: “Build grid: Aborted due to critical error.” I attached one of the models which is meshed with ANSYS meshing and it modeled with fluent with this question.
I would greatly appreciate it if it would be possible to help me with it.
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