February 24, 2022 at 2:23 pmEmma CFDSubscriber
I used SpaceClaim to split my geometry (a 3d tube) into 4 parts, after creating the mesh I named the faces as inlet outlets and walls (each one will contain 4 faces). when I import the mesh in fluent I got 4 inlets 4 outlets and 4 walls.
I usually used designmodeler and by doing the same process I get only just one inlet, one out, and 1wall.
Could anyone help me in resolving that problem?
regards.February 24, 2022 at 3:07 pmRobAnsys EmployeeDid you use share topology before switching to meshing? And/or did you label the fluid zone? As a guess the four fluid zones have different names and the four boundaries are split as inlet:fluid# or the like.
February 24, 2022 at 9:11 pmEmma CFDSubscriberyes I used the shared topology, the problem was on the name of all the generated solids I labeled them by the same name as you suggests and it works fine now. Thank you!
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