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Old   April 15, 2022, 12:25
Default Exporting structured Grid to Fluent
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I have a structured grid which required a periodic to successfully create an O-mesh for my flow domain, however this domain is not part of the actual flow and so I want it to be ignored as a boundary when exporting to Fluent but I cant do that. Any thoughts welcome.


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Old   April 19, 2022, 11:27
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I cannot tell what the mesh topology is from the small, blurry image.

Can you make the pw file available for download?
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