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Old   August 3, 2002, 19:10
Default Gambit-elements as part of active analysis?
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Shankar
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Currently in my mesh theres a volume which is not part of active analysis group and I want that to be included in my computational domain.Can anybody help me with this one?Thanks. Shankar.
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