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Old   February 26, 2013, 07:18
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Hi all

I imported my geometry (steam blade) from SW into DM and also use Design Modeler, but i couldn't define flow path in DM. would u please tell me how can I define flow path for my geometry?

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Old   February 28, 2013, 10:55
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I sent my emial as private message for u.

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Hi,


I've received the tutorial and did whatever is included in for my geometry, but I have some problems. First, if I didn't define "sketches for Define layer" in "Flowpath" part, I wouldn't be able do the next step "export Point" properly and if I defined this and pass "export point" step without error, I would find error like this in turbo grid:

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TurboGrid Application Error

ERROR
Curve is empty

ERROR
Blade number is out of range.
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Would you help me and tell me what I can do, please?


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Hello Far!

I would very appreciate if you can send me your to tutorial via email. You will find my email in a private message.

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Hi Far

Would it be possible for you to email me the tutorial as well, as I cannot access the link you posted. You will find my email in your private messages.

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