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Interior zones are not showing in 3D

    • mese
      Subscriber
      In my 3D Fluent model, when I want to visualise the results in the form of contours or vectors, only surfaces (which are parts of boundaries) are shown and I cannot see the interior zone on the list. Seemingly, the option to see interiors has been removed in the recent releases. Even when I create a new surface by defining a plane which goes across the interior of the domain, the results are shown only for the intersection of the plane with the boundaries.nIs there any method to allow display of a part of interior fluid?n
    • Keyur Kanade
      Ansys Employee
      The option to see contours on isosurfaces is still available. nCan you please upload images here to show the issue. nRegards,nKeyurnGuidelines for Posting on Ansys Learning ForumnHow to access ANSYS help linksnn
    • anh.ucla
      Subscriber
      i have the same issues...nhttps://forum.ansys.com/discussion/21098/cannot-display-internal-boundary-conditions#latestn
    • Keyur Kanade
      Ansys Employee
    • mese
      Subscriber
      Thank you Keyur for your useful answers. Well, while I was preparing some pictures for this question, I found new things which help answering my initial question but also raise new questions.nMy model was in fact an overset mesh with 2.7M elements in the background and 700k element in the component mesh. Only surfaces were appearing in the results. I simplified the model and used only the background mesh to see if anything changes. As I said in my question, the interior was still hidden from contour results. nAs you suggested, I created an isosurface in the case with overset mesh. Then I noticed that the interiors are now appearing. I have another 3D model without overset mesh where the interiors are appearing from the beginning without need to change anything. I don?t know what makes interiors to come in one case and go in another case. But I guess there is a problem with my model itself which I have just explained it in another post as it is a different topic and the pictures are shown in there as well. The link for that question: https://forum.ansys.com/discussion/21158/why-the-background-mesh-is-removed-fluent-overset-3d/p1?new=1n
    • Keyur Kanade
      Ansys Employee
      Good to hear nSomebody with overset experience will pitch on that other question.
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