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Old   January 26, 2016, 08:48
Default Pointwise Mesh to Fluent Multiblock Issue
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Hey folks,

I've stumbled upon an issue that I've been experiencing lately when I've started using the Pointwise meshing software and exporting the mesh onto Fluent.

I setup the structured meshing parameters for each edge to suit my needs for a simple cube case and then I select all the blocks generated and export a new case file. The cube and floor is wall, sides and top are symmetric and an inlet and outlet is included.

Everything seems fine until I run the simulation with the same physics as before but the converged result seems to have some interface problems between each block as shown on the below image.

The exported mesh contains two interior blocks one being the blocks themselves and the second being the interface in between.

Any suggestions of idea why does this occur and would anyone know how to resolve this?

Cheers,
Lee
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