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Old   October 21, 2013, 16:59
Default multiple surfaces(parts) in Workbench
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I want to create two solid and fluid parts in a body(2D).
The problem is that I can not define separate parts and ansys workbench consider the whole as a one part and body.
consider a rectangle and try to split it in 3 part.the middle part solid and the two parts fluid.

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