KR335: Why does the FLUENT zone look different from the NS?


One of the reasons may be that the user has selected the surface as a part of multiple Named Selections.

NS is not a true substitute for boundary zone type in GAMBIT. GAMBIT does not allow a surface to be part of multiple boundary zones (NS allows this).

NS is more like a `group` of surfaces and hence the user should create appropriate NS and avoid making a surface part of multiple NSs.





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