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Old   November 7, 2011, 05:32
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Hello everybody,
I have a question about the inclied geometry need to simulate in my project.
I have 2 ideas. The first on is build a inclied geometry in solidwork and meshing in ICEM. Then import in to fluent. However, I found that it is difficult to mesh an inclined geometry in ICEM. after taht, I come up with another idea. Can I build a horizontal geometry in solidwork and then mesh in ICEM. Can I change the direction of gravity in fluent to represent the inclination of my geometry?
As I need to simulate the smoke. Is my idea work? Thank you very much.
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