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Old   March 12, 2007, 00:48
Default Add a layer of cells, dynamic mesh or ...?
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Hello everyone,

Does anyone know how it would be possible to add a layer of cells to our original geometry during the solving process in fluent. The geometry is simple (2D-strctured mesh). I have a transient problem which needs to add a row of cells to one aspect of original solution during the solving.

Thanks, Modisa
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Old   March 12, 2007, 03:01
ammi reddy
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i am modeling a pipe flow .helium is flowing through pipe. outside the pipe is water circulate to remove the heat from helium .so heat transer occur from helium to water . i am doing on 2d problem.WALL THICKNESS IS TAKEN AS ZERO . By default it is takes air as outide fluid . how can it be done water is outside the pipe.

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