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Old   November 16, 2022, 07:53
Default Fluent interior zones to CFD-Post
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I'm doing a simple simulation of a pipe air flow in Ansys Workbench. The pipe has multiple inlets and one outlet and is surrounded by an enclosure. Because I want to analyze the flow for every pipe inlet I divided the whole domain in 2 parts in a way that it is intersected at the inlets to generate inlet surfaces. I then used the Share topology function to make the mesh conformal.

Fluent simulation went fine, but now I have a problem that the Interior surfaces that I defined using named selections in Meshing did not get exported to CFD-Post.

Does anyone know how to get them exported.
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