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Old   January 22, 2013, 18:08
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how did you make the blocking?
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how did you make the blocking?
1. I created the main block
2. Cut it in x direction for 3 parts.
3. Cut in y direction for 3 parts
4. Cut in z direction for 5 parts
5. delete blocks.
6. Create 0-block for all. Use 4 faces inlet, outlet, left and right
7. Create 0 block for the main tube.
8. Delete middle part
9. Associate geometry and blocks. Move vertex...
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