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Old   July 18, 2013, 13:03
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Hi there. I'm using StarCCM+ for my turbulence model. A small cube is placed inside a computational domain. I've attached a picture of my model. The problem is the base of the cube and the base of the domain are overlapping each other. I tried every possible way I know to fix this, it keeps showing me that manifold edges and piercing faces are found. I also tried the merge/imprint function but that doesn't help as well. Can somebody please help me out with this as I really want to get this thing running. Thanks so much in advance.
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Old   October 1, 2013, 14:43
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Hi Aditi,

It would not be necessary to fix those as you would end up wrapping the outer surfaces of the cube. It should just be fine if you leave it overlapped.
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