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Old   September 13, 2016, 04:18
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Hello together,

I am meshing a flow around a rocket in ICEM. I have set it up pretty much and realized after a first solver run, that my domain is way too small. However, I have not yet found an easy and convenient way of increasing my domain without redoing a bunch of associations etc.

Is there any easy way of modifying (shifting) my inlet / outlet in, lets say, x-direction without redoing the associations and edges/vertices?


The translate geometry works, however, all edges/vertices have to be adjusted, and other lines have to be extended, so this doesn't seem like a easy/fast way.

Thanks for taking your time, I appreciate it a lot!

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