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Old   August 2, 2007, 18:58
Default ICEM->Fluent: 2D, multiblock
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I am trying to creat 2D domain in ICEM then export to Fluent. My problems are that:

1. In Fluent, I want to have fluid subdomain for assigning the energy source. Actually I have creat multiblock mesh in ICEM, but got to change to unstructured before export. I have no idea how to make this 'subdomain', could you give me some suggestion please? 2. In the section of 'output' in ICEM, to specify boundary conditions, do we have to assign the curve to BC created? 'cause I didn't find the option to do that, and do the 'zone#' have any significant? Do I have to creat more than one 'zone' to get the subdomain in Fluent?

Thank you for your kind consideration.

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Old   August 3, 2007, 05:44
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You create subdomains in 2D like you create the main domain.

Fluid zones are made from tris/quads. BCs are made from line elements.

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