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Old   February 18, 2003, 10:13
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Kwenda Lino Merkel Lima
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I am academical student come for this half somebody to be seen it gets me to explain some more precisely doubts that I have in the STAR-CD, in PROAM. He/she thanked your attention. My problem is that I don't get to build meshes with sub-domains, in other words, I have a box (static domain) and inside of this I have a cylinder (movable domain). Inside of the cylinder (movable domain) she is a candle. My problem is that PROAM makes the mesh among the box (static domain) and the cylinder (movable domain) but she doesn't do between the cylinder and the candle. How is it that should proceed? Thank you for your attention, good work.
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Old   February 18, 2003, 11:21
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Just mesh both subdomains separately with ProAM using the same coordinate system, and then declare 'attach' boundary pairs at the contact surfaces between the two subdomains.
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