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Old   June 4, 2003, 05:35
Default Multiblock model
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Hello Friends

I am using CFX 4.3, and modeling ventilated instalation. The geaometry is simple, and constructed by Build using the Multi block approach, consisting of 9 blocks. when I see the result with analyse, visualisation is possible only block by block, do you think there is some kind of wall between the blocks? how can I get one block instead of 9, in the analysis form I chose reblock button already.

have a nice day and thanks for your help

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Old   June 4, 2003, 06:39
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cfx4.3 user,

Did you try this...? Under ANALYSE go to Region manager select region of plot/wireframe etc say, (1) Region (.........) Select (2) With 'Multiple select' togled ON select your blocks. However, you need to be careful here, if the blocks are many and your memory is small, you may land into problems. You can select a few blocks at a time and see what you memory can accommodate.

Did I get your question correctly??

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