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Old   January 5, 2013, 12:23
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Dear folks
I have simple geometry fluid and porous part. I have taken 5 degree slice model .The model consists of two parts . fluid and porous. porous part is above the fluid part. I have selected the two part and made it as new part
I checked in the mesh all bodies are sweepable.
I would like to introduce inflation how can i do.please help
I am just learning meshing
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Old   January 6, 2013, 19:09
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select the surface you want , right button click, insert -> inflation ...
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