When I load two mesh files with units [mm] into Fluent, the second mesh is scaled by 1000. What is the workaround?
Tagged: 2020 R1, fluent, fluid-dynamics, General - FLUENT
March 17, 2023 at 8:59 amFAQParticipant
This behavior is a known issue in 2020R1 that has been fixed in 2020R2. The workaround for 2020R1 is to combine the meshes in Fluent Meshing and then transfer the combined mesh to the solver. In this case all meshes are correctly loaded as [mm] and the combined mesh is automatically converted to [m] when switching to the solver. To combine the meshes in Fluent Meshing, you’ll load them sequentially with File > Read > Mesh. When you load the second mesh, turn on the Append Files option.
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