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Old   December 22, 2006, 15:28
Default About GAMBIT import
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Spyros Stamatelos
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Hey guys and gals, I want to obtain a surface geometry in GAMBIT for which I have two files: one that contains the vertices (.vrt) and one that contains the triangles that comprise the surface (.bnd). Do you know how I should combine them in order to reproduce the geometry in GAMBIT?

Thanks a lot, Spyros
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Old   December 28, 2006, 08:12
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Jim Clancy
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Spyros, From my expeience specially with complex geometries, If you have the drawings I suggest you to create the geomtry withing Gambit rather than importing from other CAD systems. In many cases you will endup with cleaning up process and tolerance problems. Good Luck Jim
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