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Old   March 28, 2013, 04:42
Default Structured Volumetric Meshing in Workbench for a Sphere
Elina Mathew
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Hi Friends

I have to simulate a heat transfer problem in Fluent for that I have to use a Sphere where I have to do a structured that number of elements are very less..Can anyone tell me how to do that...I guess since its having a contact point I have to edit the geometry...But I dont know how to do that..Can anyone tell me how to do this....
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