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Old   July 29, 2007, 00:46
Default Pro-AM, meshing solids and fluids
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I am trying to mesh several solids and one fluid at once. I was wondering if this is possible with pro-am? I can mesh the solids and fluid separately, but when I try to put them together the mesh doesn't match up. Is there a way to classify pro-am to mesh the solids and fluid in the cell set? Do I need more databases? If so, how do I combine them for the whole mesh?

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Old   July 30, 2007, 03:08
Default Re: Pro-AM, meshing solids and fluids
Klaas Klever
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Use interior baffles to seperate your different materials. The section in the user guide about subsurface generation should help.
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