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Old   November 19, 2007, 07:34
Default Domain interface
Debabrata Mahapatra
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I made a hex mesh of my model using ICEMCFD and made selective refinement of the mesh using the option 'blocking > premesh param > refinement . While importing this mesh file into CFX-pre, in the default domain there are some coarse and fine mesh parts apart from my normal 'inlet' , 'outlet' and wall parts. I created domain interfaces between coarse and fine parts but still the solver is getting crashed. Plz help.

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