May 16, 2021 at 11:49 ammanelaero2020Subscriber
Hi friends ;
I will simulate the icing of this plane (fuselage, wings, etc.) with Fensap-Ice. I will do the mesh using Fluent Meshing.
I have created a little fluid domain around the plane ( blue color) in the order to refine the mesh in this zone; and a big fluid domain around the blue one.
The zone of influence (the blue one) and the big fluid domain (the white one) are two separate solids. I have put them under one component and merged topology.
My problem is :
Must I suppress for physics the two solids or not ( as a final step before removing geometry to Ansys fluent Meshing)?
If I deactivate the two solid bodies, I will remove geometry from visibility because these two solids are pure fluid domains.
Kind regardsMay 17, 2021 at 6:52 amKeyur KanadeAnsys EmployeeIf you do not want solids in solver, please use suppress for physics option and proceed.
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