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Old   May 28, 2016, 03:53
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Hello all

I want to do heat transfer analysis over a sphere kept in a rectangular domain with fluid inlet and outlet ( a flow is present).

I cant use the option of boolean subtract as I want to give material properties to the sphere and wants to take it as solid.

Could anyone suggest how I could create the domain
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Old   June 14, 2016, 07:43
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boolean subtraction does mean necessary that your will delete your sphere. In Design modeler you can choose to keep it as a second material...
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