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Old   October 30, 2008, 19:26
Default [Gambit] Wall Boundary Conditions on a line
Thomas Vanneste
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I am relatively new to Fluent. Until now I get rid of my problem myself, but on this one I don't get any ideas and am asking your support.

To sum up my problem, let's take a cube. Air goes in by the left side and out by the right side with a certain temperature and pressure. On a line, which goes from the center of the back face to the front face, I have to set a constant temperature and I have so far failed.

Whenever I tried to mesh my volume, the line don't fit in. For me this is normal because the line is not belonging truly to the cube. I really don't know how I can make that happened. Maybe by splitting the cube in 4. This seems for me pretty complicated. I'm sure, there is a simplest way.

Do you have any ideas how to solve this problem?


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