Enters the mesh-interfaces menu.
Automatically “pairs” some or all of the interface zones, in order to create mesh interfaces. This text command is only available when the define/mesh-interfaces/one-to-one-pairing? text command is disabled.
Creates mesh interfaces.
Deletes a mesh interface.
Deletes all mesh interfaces.
Displays the specified mesh interface zone.
Edits attributes of existing mesh interfaces. For one-to-one interfaces, you can edit the name; for many-to-many interfaces, you can edit the interface options and (for a single interface) the name and the list of interface zones assigned to the interface.
Enable sliding interfaces with nodes.
Enables/disables the filling of node coordinates on the zones of mesh interfaces, so that they can be displayed in the graphics window.
Enables/disables continuity across the boundary condition interface for contour plots in postprocessing.
Enables/disables automatic definition of solid-solid interfaces as coupled walls. By default this option is disabled and ANSYS Fluent creates interior boundaries at solid-solid interfaces.
Checks the quality of all mapped interfaces. If Fluent finds any mapped interfaces that require improvement it will list them and ask you if you would like to increase the tolerance to improve the interfaces.
Lists all mesh interfaces.
Make interface zones periodic.
Make interface zones phase lagged.
Convert periodic interface to phase lagged.
Get non-overlapping zone name from the associated interface zone.
Use the default one-to-one interface creation method?.
Removes left-handed faces (which can cause the mesh to be invalid) during mesh interface creation.
Enables/disables the automatic transfer of motion across a mesh interface when only one side is moving as a result of user-defined or system coupling motion. You can specify the method by which the motion is transferred: transfer-displacements (the default) interpolates nodal displacement from the active side of the interface to the passive side, and is recommended when there are gaps and/or penetrations in the mesh interface that must be maintained; project-nodes projects the passive nodes onto the faces of active side, and is recommended when the active side includes significant tangential motion (as only the normal displacement is effectively transferred in this method).
Creates a general turbo interface. This text command is only available if the define/turbo-model/enable-turbo-model? text command is enabled.
Sets the mesh interface verbosity.