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Old   February 2, 2004, 07:34
Default Working with sails
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javier
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Hello, i have a problem meshing my sails in gambit, iīm studing it lilke a infinite thin layer, like a membrane. The problem is how can i mesh my sails without making with it a volume, i explain it better. My control volume can`t contain a 2d form becouse i cant substrate a 2d from a 3d form, thatīs why i have to do volume whit my sails. Iīm asking for other way to do it beacouse doin a volume can be dificult with some sailīs forms.

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Old   February 2, 2004, 08:01
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mateus
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Hi!

Why don't you construct your domain from more then one volume. For example. Volume in frot of the sail, volume behind the sail (these two shere 1 face - your sail geometry defined ac wall bc) and four more volumes on each side of the sail. This should work for you.

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