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Old   February 3, 2020, 11:00
Default PointWise Creating a domain with blank interior region
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I am trying to create a domain with a blank interior region. I literally wasted too much time therefore I wanted to in ask here. This is the closest I can get. I tried to construct blocks. If I merge blocks, I cant select interior regions faces(blank area) to apply boundary condition, If I wont merge blocks, extra domains are appearing and I got error in openFoam because I am not applying any BC to those extra domains, because they are not a boundary, they are interior faces. But pointwise accepts them as boundary. When I delete the extra domains blocks are disappearing.

Blue area is the interior region and red area is the extra domains.

I can't add photo, its forbidden. Here is the link to it:
Any help would be great,

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