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Old   December 18, 2014, 09:06
Default Solid and Fluid Domains in Fluent
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I'm generating an animation by exporting images from Fluent and stitching them together. I have done this many times but have always only included the fluid domain in the simulation. I have been asked to create an animation but this time to include the solids with the fluid domain for marketing purposes.

Is there an easy/simple way to get the solid bodies into Fluent? I am trying to generate a mesh of an assembly including the solid and fluid domains but I end up with many, many more elements than I care to bring into Fluent with my current setup.
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