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Old   April 13, 2018, 01:55
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I am attempting to split my geometry into multiple fluid zones. I will have a fluid zone, a porous zone below that, and then another fluid zone below this one. I cannot seem to figure out how to get this to work. I have completed the blocking for this and created 3 bodies for each zone. I'm then associating the relevant blocks to each respective zone. When I do this, it creates error with the mesh. However, if I just do the meshing all with one body, it is just fine.

Could anyone help me to figure out how I can split up my domain into 3 zones. I thought by adding these material points and then associating blocks with them it would work simply, but that has not been the case
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creating material points will not help. Create zone names as required and then assign the blocks to the corresponding zone name and check for face association and assign them if they are wrong.
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blocking, icem 17, zone separation

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