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Gabriella October 13, 2008 02:51

Defining of a geometry
 
I read some article in which the geometry is directly imported by an Autocad file. Until now I have defined the computational domain drawing it with Gambit. How is the way in which I can import a geometry with an Autocad File? and How can I define mesh, boundary conditions, continuum type? thank you very much for you attention

Prasad Dudhgaonkar October 15, 2008 06:15

Re: Defining of a geometry
 
I guess Autocad can export the model to a .STP file which in turn can be imported in Gambit for meshing, bcs and continuum. If I'm wrong, please pardon me and correct me.Prasad


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