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Old   July 7, 2004, 11:06
Default 3D duct
Muhammad zubair asif
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hello everybody i want to create 3D rectangular duct of varying cross-section in gambit. firstly it has D=6cm then D=10cm followed by D=8cm.kindly guide me how i can make this geometry in these three portions will be united together. thanks a lot Muhammad zubair
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Old   July 10, 2004, 18:01
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You can create geometries using cylinders of different diameters and then split them or use cross-section including all three sections and revolve about the axis... What is transition between these cross-sections and their lengths???? It can be easily done in Gambit...

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