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Old   September 1, 2011, 20:47
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So I have a model of an airplane wing that I am trying to do a CFD test on. It goes through loading the geometry and meshing. I set up the conditions for the CFD test, then initialize and calculate. It converges the calculations perfectly. However, when I try to return to monitors for lift and drag, I cannot find a reference for the wall zones. Is there a way to manually create these before the test?

I exported the geometry form Pro/E as an .stp if that matters (I don't believe it should).

Edit: Also, I realized in the Boundary Conditions options, I was changing the wall boundary to a pressure-far-field. Is there a way to create a new pressure far field option in the Boundary Conditions options?
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