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Old   April 6, 2021, 07:49
Default Assigning two faces separate NS on same surface
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Hello all,

I am trying to assign NS to two faces on the same surface within Solidworks, but am not able to do so.

The blue region without the circle is to be plate-walls while the circle should be inlet.

If I do not define these two then there is an overlapping on the fluent import. Could anyone suggest how can I make the circle, as a separate surface, while the remaining as a separate clickable surface?
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