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Old   July 22, 2014, 09:14
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I'm using interPhaseChangeFoam, and i'm solving cavitatingBullet.
i need to get the bullet dimensions (its lenght and diameter) , but i don't know how. could you please help me to find it?
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Since that is an STL geometry, I would gunzip it and load it in to Paraview, then look at the bounding box of the geometry.
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thanks a lot.

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