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Old   June 24, 2005, 13:16
Default Uniting faces in Gambit
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I have a complex geometry that I imported from Pro-e to Gambit, this geometry came with several faces and I want to simplify them by uniting them because it will be easier for me to specify the boundary conditions for less faces. How can I unite these faces to form one face? these faces are not intersecting with each other, they just share one boundary, is like having a fence formed by sticks and what I want to do is join all the sticks to form a simple face.

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Old   June 24, 2005, 18:09
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I think you don't need to unite these faces. You can define one boundary zone, that contains all the faces.
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Old   June 27, 2005, 03:56
Default Re: Uniting faces in Gambit
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You can use the "merge faces" command, but it will turn them into a virtual face, which is generally not raccomandable. Dirk's suggestion is still the best. If you can, try to simplify your CAD model.

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