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Old   October 24, 2007, 23:31
Default Howto Sphere solid as a subdomain inside a domain?
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How would one create a spherical subdomain within a domain with DesignModeler and CFX-Mesh ? I've tried creating a primitive sphere and tried using "Add Material/Add Frozen" as the operation. The sphere either becomes another solid inside another solid (which is the main domain) or merges with the main domain and cannot be used as a subdomain.

I must be missing something here. Any ideas?


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