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Old   September 4, 2012, 14:49
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i make my model in gambit is elbow with length 1 meter with more angles between inlet and outlet
each angle is a model i do
for 90 , 45, 120,30
it is a circular pipe
can any one help me in make this model
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Old   September 5, 2012, 01:32
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can you post a sketch?
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can you post a sketch?
I want to create a 3d elbow geometries of angle 90, 60, 45 in gambit
seketch ihttp://www.mediafire.com/view/?4n7e16ig2m1b2qts attached
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it should help you:
Creating 3d Elbow geometries of different bend angles
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i see it but i can't understand it
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create your section (surface), then sweep it along an edge (or edge-chain)
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create your section (surface), then sweep it along an edge (or edge-chain)
can you start with me from first point please
point to point
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on the picture links you see what you need: your surface and the curve which will be used to sweep your section.
So first create you section
Then create the curves
Finally sweep surface with curve
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