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Old   January 26, 2007, 11:31
Default Possible to fuse two different Gambit geometries?
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A. S.
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Hi all,

I created a geometry with Gambit and would like to fuse it with a geometry created by my coworker (also in Gambit). In essence, my file constitutes the top half of our model, and the other file is the bottom half. Both files are currently saved as *.dbs.

I need to know how to manipulate both files into the same workspace. After that, I understand how to realign, translate, scale, and unite volumes.

So, how can I take two different *.dbs files and open them in the same workspace?

Thanks in advance, Amit
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Old   January 26, 2007, 18:43
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Look into the fluent tutorial with grid interfaces. It is very well explained there.
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Old   January 26, 2007, 19:22
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i think you can export one of the geo as gambit neu file and import again with another , it should work.
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