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Old   August 17, 2014, 11:10
Default Thin wall with nonzero thickness in 2D
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Is it possible to simulate thin wall with nonzero thickness in 2D? If it is possible, how? Is thickness to be included in geometry by Gambit or only to do it by Fluent? If any one can in this regard that will be great for me.
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