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Old   December 14, 2020, 00:01
Default how to fix warning in fluent meshing
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I got this warning while doing the surface meshing

---Warning---- Due to the size of the model, faces of bodies were not automatically separated for capping and/or size assignment.

----Warning---- To separate out zones of a body, select it in the graphics window and use the 'Separate' tool from the context-sensitive toolbar or use Ctrl-Shift-S.

I checked my mesh shape but from my preferences, there were not any weird shapes and I tried to fix it by separate zones as written in the console but honestly i dont understand the method that was written in ANSYS Help website.

I asked around and some said I should ignore the warning and proceed to volume meshing because my mesh looks nice but I dont understand the reason why I should do that. Is there any effect on quality mesh etc? Is that warning is common? And in what cases that warning can be ignored?
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