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Old   September 13, 2001, 06:05
Default Boundary Condition for Fluent 4.
Sanjib Das Sharma
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I'm a new user of Fluent 4.I want to give axisymmetric condition to one of the boundaries in my model.But it seems Gambit,when referred to Fluent 4 do not have this condition.Can anyone help me out .


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Old   September 13, 2001, 12:34
Default Re: Boundary Condition for Fluent 4.
Evan Rosenbaum
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I've never used Gambit to create a FLUENT 4 mesh, but I think you can do the following. In Gambit, define the symmetry boundary as some other type of boundary. Then, after reading the mesh into FLUENT, use Set Cells to redefine the boundary as a symmetry boundary.
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