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Old   April 19, 2012, 04:32
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hey guys, i need a little help here. im trying to model a drop in 3D inside a cube in GAMBIT. I assigned the surface of the drop as an interior and generated a mesh file and exported it to FLUENT. Fluent is giving me an error message saying there is only one adjacent cell thread and it cannot be made an interior.

I thought maybe like in the 2D case if we do not specify a boundary condition GAMBIT will assign it as a default interior, but its assigning it as a wall which i donot want.

there was already a post regarding this, i tried it out but to no avail
Can anybody please help me out.
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