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Old   July 22, 2000, 02:39
Default Non-overlapping portion in non-conformal meshing
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Hi all

In my 3D simulation, Fluent is not allowing the flow across the non-overlapping portion of the interface that used for non-conformal meshing. What can I do overcome this situation?

Thanking you,

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Old   July 23, 2000, 03:34
Default Re: Non-overlapping portion in non-conformal meshi
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It has changed the non overlapping portions to wall zones. That is why there is no fluid flow across that portion. When you create a new mesh you can spilt the wall zones at the point where the non-overlapping portion begins
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Old   July 24, 2000, 23:20
Default Re: Non-overlapping portion in non-conformal meshi
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Hi Michael,

Is it true that the non-overlapped portion of the mesh has been transformed to wall? In that case, can i change the automatically generated wall to some other zone type so that the flow will not be affected?

Thanks, Ramesh.
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