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Old   July 21, 2006, 23:55
Default Multiple import of Geometry in GAMBIT(Catcon Simu)
Amod kumar
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I am modeling cold flow analysis of an automotive catalytic converter. I have split the computation domain in 3 regions: (1) Fluid Domain upstream to Brick, (2)Catalytic Converter Brick and (3)Fluid Domain downtream the brick. I am trying to import these IGES files one by one in GAMBIT in order to define Porous_Jump at the interface of domains (1) and (2).

An imediate help would be highly appreciated. The geometry can be approximately depicted as shown below:

__ __

| |.--------------.| | ------| || || |---------------- (1) | || (2) || | (3) ------| || || |----------------

| |.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,|| |

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