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Old   April 18, 2014, 03:33
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Hello;

I am trying to do the example of Solid + Fluid in the same mesh with Numeca hexpress-hybrid, but I don't manage to get it properly, could somebody post an easy example with the .conf file and the geometry files??

I would need to take a look because I cannot achieve even the easiest case....

Thank you very much in advance
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Old   April 29, 2014, 08:58
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I am trying to do the example of Solid + Fluid in the same mesh with Numeca hexpress-hybrid, but I don't manage to get it properly, could somebody post an easy example with the .conf file and the geometry files??

I would need to take a look because I cannot achieve even the easiest case....
Did you try the cooled turbine tutorial that comes with the release?
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