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Old   July 14, 2012, 19:47
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I trying to mesh the flow inside a separator
I have a cylinder full of a fluid with two surface plates as internals
When i meshed it i found that each part was meshed alone
so i want to know to connect the meshing as one part
in order to notice the influence of the plate on the flow behavior

the attachment shows the separator that I'm meshing
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