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Old   November 16, 2020, 09:51
Default Creating named selection for inflation
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I am trying to model a dynamic mesh solver for a 3D elliptical pectoral fin. I want to five it heave and pitch motion by using a UDF I have created.

I want the Hex cells around the fin (created using inflation, the rest of my mesh is tet) to move with the fin. Hence I want to move those cells as a rigid passive body. However, I am unable to give that mesh a separate named selection in the solver. Therefore, I am unable to select the mesh separately.

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