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Old   January 26, 2023, 12:28
Default Missing parts on FLUENT when imported from ICEM
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Hi all,

Can anyone assist with the following please?

I've completed a model on ICEM and I'm sure I've done all the right steps as the model is correct. But, when I import it to FLUENT there are missing parts from it. The only ones that can be displayed are 'geom' and 'int_surface'. How do I fix this so all of my parts show?

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Old   January 27, 2023, 05:34
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Dear jordan,

In ICEM, could you kindly show your working tree with all parts displayed? My feeling is that the part "geom" contains all boundaries. So if that's the case, you will have to split the geom part into your different boundaries.

Later, in the BC's panel you will have to define for 'em all.
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