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Old   August 7, 2002, 11:10
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I am a Phoenics user I've got some problems with the grid. In my model fairly small inlets are present, the small inlets (0.008 in thicknes) are probably not working. This may be cause the are too small comparing to the grid or tolerance (0.085) of the grid. Is there a relation between the tolerance and the dimensions of the inlets??

Another problem: I would like to have the grid exactly fitting to the inlet borders. When I am in a object dialogue box of a certain inlet and set "object affects the grid" to YES, I do not see it back in the grid.

hopefully anybody can give me some suggestions,

Thanx, Marc.
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Old   August 7, 2002, 11:31
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Vikas Kumar
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Please send me q1 file. I will check it and can suggest some thing. Pl. use SI units in your problem. Vikas
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Old   August 7, 2002, 13:17
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Vikas Kumar
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You can try with tolerance 0.005 inch: Vikas
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