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Old   August 19, 2004, 13:41
Default Fluid domain split
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Russ
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If I split the fluid domain in to seperate regions in-order to control and refine meshing, what boundary condition do i need to apply to make the seperate regions as one continum???

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Old   August 20, 2004, 00:21
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In Gambit, do not define any boundary condition at the border of the two domains if it is one continum. Have a try. You will find if you do not define any boundary there, that "border" will not show in your boundary conditions in Fluent. If you need a line/face for refining mesh in Fluent, I think a better way of doing it is to define a line/face in Fluent. I have done that.
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