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Old   November 6, 2008, 09:03
Default Creating a grid for a channel inside a brick
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i have to create a rectangular microchannel inside an aluminium brick, the channel running through the brick from one face to the opposite face or let's say the brick is hollow having a rectangular hole within it.Water runs through the rectangular channel carrying away heat from the aluminium block.So i have to make 2 volumes, water and aluminium surrounding it.

How can i create this mesh in GAMBIT?Will just subtracting the channel volume from the block would do?

I need urgent help regarding this.Thank you.


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