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Old   October 17, 2006, 08:44
Default Volume definition after griding (Gambit/FLUENT)
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Hi,

I have a question about how to define some Volume after the griding step. For example, lets say that I have used an unstructured grid for a 3D cylindrical tank with Gambit. Is it possible to define later in FLUENT different volumes in this 3D cylindrical tank , which I am going to use to monitor the flow rate..., in some specific area in this tank (so more like a virtual Control Volume)?. (The reason of course is to keep the unstructured griding of this 3D cylindrical tank which is done for once for all the tank). Thanks for any idea, PK

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