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Old   November 16, 2011, 06:48
Default Defining BC on ICEM mesh
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Please, I am a fresh CFD/CFX user. I created a 2D mesh in ICEM, and imported it into CFX-Pre with .cfx5 extension. When I tried to apply boundary conditions within the CFX-Pre, the names of my inlet and oulet do not show in the location list (under Basic Setting). I believe it's simple but I don't know how to get it done. Who can help please?
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