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Default DesignModeler: How to split a surface?
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I have a simple cylinder type of body. This body comes from a Revolve operation of a curve. I expect the side of the cylinder to be composed of two surfaces (which I will apply different boundary conditions). However, DM automatically merged the side of the cylinder into one surface when revolve.

The side of the sketch has two lines. In Gambit, the cylinder will have two surfaces.

How do I let DM to do preserve the splitting surfaces?

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