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Old   April 7, 2003, 14:19
Default Geometry Building
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Colin
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Hello, everyone:

For my question, the geometry of calculation domain (2-D) is composed of 5 parts, each part can be expressed by a complex function. I wonder if I could directly input the functions to build the geometry of the whole calculation domain,using Gambit?

In the past, I built the geometry(2-D) by inputing many points, then connect them. However this methods is not good.

Could someone give me some advice, I would much appreciate it.

Thanks, Yours. Colin
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