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Old   May 6, 2015, 22:02
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Hi Guys,

I wanted to brainstorm for some of your genius ideas.
I've been using FLUENT for 5 years now, but it always involved simple geometries. Now I have a project and I need to simulate a neighborhood with its real 3d geometry and I wonder if you guys know of an amazing way of outputting that geometry from google earth, and importing it into FLUENT?

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Old   May 8, 2015, 11:34
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Hi Guys,
I found out that GIS is also one of the possible tools for getting the real-scale geometry, but I dont know what is the best tool to use combined with FLEUNT. Any idea?

Any help is appreciated

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