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Old   October 5, 2012, 20:04
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Hi guys,

I have a .msh that I would like to mirror about the Y-Z plane and merge back with the original model, creating a full model from a symmetry model. Obviously the symmetry surface will stay in the model, and I will define it as an interface in the solver.

Does anyone know an *easy* way to flip a mesh? I can Tmerge the flipped mesh back to the original when I have the flipped mesh. I was hoping there was some easy way of doing this.


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Just tried scaling by -1 in the Y-Axis. Caused ALL of the volumes to become negative :-( whoops. Any ideas people?

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