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Old   August 15, 2019, 19:53
Default Problems in Boundary Condition. Cannot change the Inlet and Outlet TYPE
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Hello to all.

Im using ansys student 19R2 and trying to solve a 2D model of a hose suction from a compartment to another

Im having a problem with the boundary condition in Fluent.

So I named selection my geometry defining the walls, interior flow domain, inlet and outlet in Ansys Mesher as the picture attached shows.

When I start the Fluent, The Boundary Conditions was confusing to me, because that never happened in others simulations.

Many other boundary zones appeared besides the ones I named selection in Mesher I donīt know why, and the main problem for me is that the Inlet and Outlet was assigned as interface Type, and I cannot change to Velocity Inlet and Pressure Outlet.

I aprecciate the help in advance.

And srry for the basic english.

Best Regards,

Victor Cautela.
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