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Old   February 19, 2013, 04:24
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When you create a mesh, you can specify a part as an "int wall".
If you close the project, and open only the mesh file (project.uns), you can't anymore specify parts as "int wall" (the area is not available), and those that have been specified as "int wall" aren't anymore ..

Why ? Does that mean this option doesn't work ?
I'm using ICEM 14.0
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Old   February 19, 2013, 14:59
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are you reopening only the UNS file in ICEM?


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When you create a mesh, you can specify a part as an "int wall".
If you close the project, and open only the mesh file (project.uns), you can't anymore specify parts as "int wall" (the area is not available), and those that have been specified as "int wall" aren't anymore ..

Why ? Does that mean this option doesn't work ?
I'm using ICEM 14.0
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Old   February 20, 2013, 03:53
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Yes.
I will create another thread with an ICEM example.
Maybe more people woud answer ...
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Merge meshes with internal wall
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