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Old   January 4, 2010, 08:59
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Hi, I have a LNT (Low NOx traps) captured with a scanner 3d. I must divide the volume and surface of the LNT in some sections. The problem is that iges file is constituted of many surfaces. I thinked to merge surfaces to create a single surface, but then how i can to divide it?
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I'm using Gambit. I should split the volume by surfaces to use boundary layer.
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