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Old   November 18, 2011, 16:20
Default Design of catalytin converter
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I am trying to design a catalytic converter which is a porous W-shaped in a square channel. So, I connected each part as a solid extrude with adding material and for square channel, I have connected as a surface body as solid. For fluid, I have used same dimension as surface body but by extruding as frozen. But how can I joint all the separated solid part of W ??? When I mention extrude as add material, are they already connected at junction? And also if I am not right, please give me advice.
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Extrude everything by "add frozen", then use Boolean-unite.
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