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Old   September 20, 2004, 20:55
Default Boundary layers problem
carlos ortiz
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Hello there,

I've been trying to define boundary layers on different solid faces that bathe in a fluid contained in a cylindrical chanel.

I'm trying to define then boundary layers that go into the fluid volume but I always get the arrow and the boundary layer itself pointing into the solid volumes. If I want to change the direction of the arrow by SHIFT+CENTER click the boundary layer disappears or I get a boundary layer with no rows at all.

I have no trouble to create BLs on the chanel walls pointing in the right direction, but I'm unable to do the samething on the solid volumes that are contained inside the cilinder.

Thanks in advance.

Carlos Ortiz

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