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Old   December 20, 2012, 06:31
Default Analysis of Perforated Tube in 2D
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Hi, I'm new to ANSYS FLUENT. I'm doing a school project which requires me to perform 2D sound analysis within a perforated tube in a cavity box.

I've sketched it as shown but I'm unable to mesh the sketch which says "invalid body found".

Anyone can help? Thanks!
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