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Old   January 10, 2006, 18:02
Default Coarsening an original grid
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Azman
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Am i able to coarsen an original grid? I tried using the "Region Adaption" method, but it doesnt seem to allow me to coarsen a region on the grid, ie. combining smaller grids to form a bigger one. Is it true that I am not able to coarsen an original grid, that is, a grid that is imported directly from GAMBIT, and not refined in anyway before that.

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Old   January 18, 2006, 06:40
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It is not possible to coarse grid created by gambit. So go back in gambit and create a coarse grid that you can refine as you want within fluent.

Once you have your grid requirements, I advise you to build an equivalent grid made in gambit....

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