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Old   August 17, 2004, 06:53
Default modelling adjacent zones
faiz rauf
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can anyone guide me how can i model two adjacent zones (edges). one is normal fluid while the other is porous. when i check this mesh in Fluent, it gives error that the central zone (where porous and normal fluid zones meet) has two adjacent cell zones and the Grid check is failed.

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