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Old   February 17, 2012, 14:12
Default Created Groups from Gambit are not written to the .neu file
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I have created my geometry in Gambit, which is composed by 2 kinds of materials. Therefore I want to creat 2 separate groups. Although I sucessfully create the groups and mesh them, when I try to Export the mesh in .neu (polyflow) format there is only 1 group created (which is actually the whole geometry, as if I had not created any groups in the first place.)

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Old   February 21, 2012, 06:56
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group is only for gambit.
In your case you need to affect your groups a special material. Then go in specify continuum types and affect right material for both groups
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