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Old   March 2, 2012, 20:14
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Brian Henry
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Hello, thanks for reading this.

I have a question about meshing surfaces in ICEM CFD. I series of cylinder surfaces in ICEM CFD relative to formatted geometry input, and I was wondering if it was possible to only extract the surfaces of the surfaces.

What I mean is better explained in the pictures I attached. I am going to use this in FLUENT, and I want to have a mesh that isn't comprised of cylinders protruding into each other. That created some problems for me with boundary conditions in the past. Is there a way to extract only the surface structure?

Thanks for your advice!
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