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Old   October 15, 2008, 04:56
Default [CFX-Mesh] body selection
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Schmutz
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Good morning, I am a new CFD user, I do my diploma work about a aerodynamic simulation in a High Ingeneer School in Switzerland.

How I can select the body (for example the wing) in CFX-Mesh to refine a face mesh or add inflations ? If I draw the half, I can do that without problem, but when I draw the full model, I can't select it because it's in the containing box.

Thank you, I wait about your responses.
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Old   October 17, 2008, 11:15
Default Re: [CFX-Mesh] body selection
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John S.
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Are you trying to edit in the Workbench mesher or in CFX-Mesh? If I understand correctly, CFX mesh used to be stand alone in WB10 but in WB11 it became a "method." You can specify CFX mesh method but still edit in CFX-Mesh. Right click on CFX-Method and select edit in CFX-mesh to bring up the CFX mesh interface. I think it'll be easier to work with the model that way.

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