|March 13, 2012, 11:10||
Join Date: Mar 2012
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Is it the same to declare a geometry with e.g. FLUID30 using GUI from multiphysics or command line in mechanical?
With command line, i can just go to geometry and insert commands direct in the geometry?
I have the same assembly in solidworks and designmodeler, what's the best way to import it to multiphysics? Becuase when i make an IGS from design modeler, i can just see lines in Multiphysics, importing IGES.
I started yesterday this task of modeling a fluid system, and i'll need a lot of help with it, please, any information will save me a lot of time.
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