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Old   June 28, 2019, 07:16
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Hi all,
I am relatively new to Starccm+.
I am trying to create an overset mesh. I followed the software tutorial, and got to the point where I need to create overset mesh Interface.
However, when I attempted to do it, these are the only options I got:
Contact Mode Boundary Interface
Heat Exchanger

Does anyone know what may be the reason for that?
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Old   June 28, 2019, 08:01
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Hi benji,

the overset mesh feature is not working together with a few other features.
Check the manual for the current implementation of overset meshes and check whether you use any of the unsupported features.

(use the italic words as search key)

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