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Old   June 13, 2011, 01:30
Question Defining a domain in CFX Pre
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Hi all

I have a geometry of a real coronary artery(it looks like an irregular curved tube). I added a straight tube to its' end. I want to simulate the added straight tube as a porous media. The problem is that when I want to define a separate domain in CFX Pre for the porous region I just can select the whole artery no the added straight tube ; however, I separated the added straight tube and the artery geometry in Ansys meshing( I named the added straight tube as porous media and the artery as wall , inlet and outlet). Please let me know what I should do to be able to select the added tube as new domain in CFX Pre.

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Old   June 13, 2011, 02:34
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Just upload ur icem files ... i need to chck it to fix the problem, by the way go for the option of creating assembly...... u can upload it on and post the link to download it.
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