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Old   July 10, 2009, 04:15
Default Is it possible to import a plane from file?
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is possible in Fluent to import a plane/surface for post-processing reasons into an existing case? I know, that you can create planes and stuff in fluent directly, but planes for example cut the whole computation area. In my case there are two pipes with the same axis stuck into another. I want to make a surface integral in just the inner pipe? Any suggestions?

I'd appreciate your help.
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