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Old   May 13, 2011, 04:21
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Hello Guys,


i simulated the pipe with liquid inside the pipe but i do not know how to change the material of the pipe. can anyone help me and tell me how to change the material of pipe itself.


I appreciate your help.
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Old   May 17, 2011, 09:38
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Hello Guys,


i simulated the pipe with liquid inside the pipe but i do not know how to change the material of the pipe. can anyone help me and tell me how to change the material of pipe itself.


I appreciate your help.
I replied in your other thread but:


Expand Continua->Expand your Solid continua->Expand Models->Expand solid. It defaults to Al, right click and hit replace with.

Also, you might want to start posting in the STAR-CCM+ sub-forum. It is the place for STAR-CCM+ specific questions, and seems to get more traffic (aka faster answer!)
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