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Old   February 3, 2011, 21:42
Default geometry "fluid volume' setup for simulation
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I have used CATIA to create a nozzle whose shape equations I know.
This was then imported into ANSYS geometry.
Before Meshing, I need to define a "fluid volume" in the interior of the nozzle for Ansys.

I am a novice to ansys and catia. Thanks in advance.

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