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Old   February 20, 2012, 13:53
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Brian Henry
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Hello, all, thanks for reading this,

I was making a binary tree structure, and I managed to write a MATLAB writer that brings the tree into ICEM CFD via the formatted point data input, but I have a question.

Is it possible to build cylinders through this input as well? Basically, I have it so it continually writes curves for two points (but no surfaces because I don't need b-splining for a binary tree).

In other words, I can build the 2-D trees, but I also want to build 3-D cylinders on the 2 points as well. Is this possible?

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