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Old   January 10, 2020, 20:21
Default Introducing an injection region in CFX without using in-built point/volume sources
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Hello guys,
I am trying to introduce a circular inlet on a blade surface for injection of coolant. Until now, I have been trying to simulate the results with the help of source points.

I tried adding section of circular inlet boundaries in Ansys design modeler. But when I try to export it to turbo-grid for generating mesh, the software does not identify the circular inlet boundaries on the surface of the blade and gives me an error.

Is there a way I could introduce more sections/domains in CFX other than inlet, outlet, hub, shroud and periodic sides?
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