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Old   June 24, 2013, 04:52
Default Geometry for pipe in Ansys Workbench
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Hi All,
I am beginner in the Ansys workbench, I want to create pipe having two inlet & a outlet, when i am trying to create geometry for this using extrude function with two sketches on XY axis it is creating error while creating mesh saying that it is creating overlapping region.
Kindly suggest me the Geometry for the Riser pipe with two inlets at the bottom
(one vertical- original inlet of bigger pipe which is with outlet) & Horizontal with 90 deg. horizontal to the main pipe.
Geometry created by me is attached herewith.

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