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Old   July 12, 2002, 08:29
Default How to put two models together
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I've two models. One is the inlet duct of a pump, the other is the inlet volume iside the pump.

So far, I've worked with the separetly: two models, two meshes, two simulation.

How can I put them together in one mdl file?

Geometries are very complex, so I cannot rebuild one of them in the other's mdl file.
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Old   July 15, 2002, 06:03
Default Re: How to put two models together
Joern Beilke
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Just search a little bit in this forum. It was discussed some time ago. (cdsave, cwri, vwri, cpwri, cread, vread, cpread). Or use the databases in proam.
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