Enters the zone modification menu. For a description of the items in this menu, see define/boundary-conditions/modify-zones.
Activate a cell thread.
Append new mesh.
Append new mesh with data.
Change the realgas phase for a zone.
Change the realgas material state for a zone.
Change all solid zones motion specification from MRF to solid motion.
Copy motion variable values for origin, axis and velocities from Mesh Motion to Frame Motion.
Copy and translate or rotate a cell zone.
Copy motion variable values for origin, axis and velocities from Frame Motion to Mesh Motion.
Mark all finite thickness wall for shell creation. Shell zones will be created at the start of iterations.
Create a conformal or non-conformal periodic interface.
Deactivate cell thread.
Delete all shell zones and switch off shell conduction on all the walls. These zones can be recreated using the command recreate-all-shells.
Delete a cell thread.
Extrude a face thread a specified distance based on a list of deltas.
Extrude a face thread a specified distance based on a distance and a list of parametric locations between 0 and 1 (eg. 0 0.2 0.4 0.8 1.0).
Attempt to fuse zones by removing duplicate faces and nodes.
List zone IDs, types, kinds, and names.
Attempt to establish periodic/shadow face zone connectivity.
Set the normalized tolerance used for finding coincident nodes.
Merge zones of the same type and condition into one.
Change motion specification from MRF to moving mesh.
Orient the face zone.
Create shell on all the walls where which were deleted using the command delete-all-shells.
Replace a cell zone.
Rotate nodal coordinates of input cell zones.
Scale nodal coordinates of input cell zones.
Separate a cell zone based on cell marking.
Separate a cell zone based on contiguous regions.
Separate a face zone based on significant angle.
Separate each face in a zone into unique zone.
Separate a face zone based on cell marking.
Separate a face zone based on contiguous regions.
Slit a two-sided wall into two connected wall zones.
Slit interior created between different solids into coupled walls.
Slit a periodic zone into two symmetry zones.
Translate nodal coordinates of input cell zones.
Give a zone a new name.
Set a zone’s type.