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Default Which software to define the geometry ?
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I am a beginner with Fluent and I need to modelize a microchannel made of two parts. One is made of glass and the other is silicon. They are linked together by ion etching. A gas flow is going through.

On the computer I am using Abaqus, ICEM CFD and so Fluent (ansys 12.0) are installed.

Do I have to use first Abaqus to define the geometry or it looks you feasible to do this with ICEM ?
I am a little bit lost, any help could be greatly appreciated !

Thank you for your help,

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