January 24, 2022 at 4:42 pmores96Subscriber
I have a mesh in .cgns format to analyze in FLUENT and to do this I have to supply the boundary conditions.
I first imported the .cgns mesh into ICEM but it didn't produce results in the tree, so, I imported the mesh into CFX PRE by saving a .del file. The file is subsequently imported into ICEM.
In the tree I now find two parts that refer to unconnected meshes for the same domain: surface mesh (external) which is called "DEFAULT-DOMAIN-DEFAULT" and volume mesh (internal) "DEFAULT-DOMAIN". I need to join the two meshes to obtain a single mesh part (i.e. a single mesh).
I have already realized the surfaces. My idea is to attach the mesh to the surfaces and then apply the boundary conditions to each single part.January 25, 2022 at 5:25 amKeyur KanadeAnsys EmployeeIf I understand correctly, you have 2 different meshes. One external and one internal. They meet at some interface. I assume you have exactly same mesh on the interface.
You can use edit mesh ÔåÆ merge nodes in icem.
Or you can use domain - zones - combine - fuse in Fluent.
Please go through help manual for more details
48.2.40. Fuse Face Zones Dialog Box (ansys.com)
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