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Old   March 15, 2007, 12:09
Default Zone types and Solid
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In GAMBIT there is an option in specifying continuum types of Solid or Fluid. I have a geometry through which air is passing and flowing on the outer side also (like a picture frame placed in Wind tunnel). Problems to ask are: 1) Should I take the geometry as a volume and mesh it and then specify it as a Solid in zone type? 2) Shuld I take the faces of the geometry only and specify them as wall? If I do this and specify the oruter domain as a volume then in Fluent only the outer volume is shown and not the geometry!!!!! Kindly help me SHAMOON
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