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Old   January 26, 2019, 00:19
Default What is the default mesh interface option?
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Hello everyone

Just a quick question that I could not find an answer to: When I create a non-conformal mesh of different parts and different materials, Fluent detects the zone of interface and creates one automatically. My question is, which option does it apply? Is it matched, mapped, or coupled?

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