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Default Extract Blocking associations from existing Mesh
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Dear everyone,

I would like to know if it is possible to extract all the Blocking Associations from the blocking files in ICEM in order to apply them to very similar geometries and avoid to do all the blocking again. I know that it is possible to record all the individual steps while creating the Blocks and Associations for a certain geometry in ICEM. Unfortunately, I didn't do that when I created my first Mesh

Is there a possibility to realize this step subsequently?

Salutations!
Charles
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