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Old   March 7, 2015, 10:43
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Hi sertac,

to every new user i would suggest you to do some of the tutorials which come with ICEM.
About your problem: there are a few methods to get the cross section of your 3d geometry. For example: Import your 3d geometry. Create a planar surface covering your foil in a plane where your need a cross section. Then intersect the surfaces of the airfoil with your planar surface. That way you get curves of a cross section. Delete everything unnecessary and start building your numerical domain.
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