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Old   November 18, 2009, 12:06
Default FLOEFD.pro assembly issues
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i am trying to run analysis on a basic airplane shape, but when i run the analysis it only figures things out for one piece of the assembly. Any help would be great.

And sorry if this was brought up elsewhere i didnt manage to find it.
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i am trying to run analysisc on a basic airplane shape, but when i run the analysis it only figures things out for one piece of the assembly. Any help would be great.

And sorry if this was brought up elsewhere i didnt manage to find it.
Did you check computational domain? Is whole assembly solid? ıf some surface you have to generate all surface as solid

Also you can check component control in FloEFD tree may be some pieces of assembly are disable so you should enable them

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