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Old   December 1, 2001, 13:48
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I am modelling a gas lift technology based on some literature i could find.It is a long tube and its length is 2000 m by 15 cm as its diameter of the tube.This extreme long tube cause very high value of meshing element and visionary unconvenience. How would i properly model a 'smaller' geometry? Thank you
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