cr04 - ZONE COMMANDS 4 ZONE COMMANDS GAMBIT zone commands...

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ZONE COMMANDS © Fluent Inc., Jul-04 4-1 4. ZONE COMMANDS GAMBIT zone commands allow you to specify and assign solver-specific zone types to geometric entities. GAMBIT includes the following zone command types: Boundary Continuum Boundary zone commands assign zone types to boundaries, such as edges or faces. Continuum zone commands assign zone types to continuum entities—that is, to faces and volumes in 2-D and 3-D simulations, respectively.
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Boundary Zone Commands ZONE COMMANDS 4-2 © Fluent Inc., Jul-04 4.1 Boundary Zone Commands GAMBIT includes the following boundary zone commands: physics create btype physics modify btype physics delete btype The following sections summarize the purpose, form, and parameters associated with each of the commands listed above.
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ZONE COMMANDS Boundary Zone Commands © Fluent Inc., Jul-04 4-3 4.1.1 physics create btype Purpose To assign a zone type to a boundary entity. NOTE 1 : When you execute the physics create btype command, you can specify a label string ( label ) for the zone-type assignment. If you do not specify a label string, GAMBIT automatically generates a label based on the zone type. NOTE 2 : To execute the physics create btype command, you must specify a zone- type string ( type )—for example, INLET or OUTLET .
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