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Old   October 20, 2019, 19:58
Default how to mesh each part of body separately?
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I am supposed to mesh pic.1 in which the spheres are solid and the space between them is fluid. My problem is that I couldn't mesh each region separately and perform inflation in fluid region. Indeed I want to perform an inflation layer between the fluid and the solid. How can I do that?any idea?
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Old   October 21, 2019, 05:42
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why you can't mesh the bodies in separately?
In order to make the inflation, you have to select the surface on the fluid side and assigned the inflation.
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