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Old   May 7, 2012, 11:24
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I am new to this forum,

Im doing the final project of my career.
Im using the program ICEM (ANSYS) to do the meshing of all the components of a valve. After, Ill have to do a simulation with FLUENT to decide what is the best material, angle...

My question is:

When I finish all the meshes , is it possible to put all meshes in the same project and indicate the material represents each mesh?

How can i do it?
Is there any better option?

Thank you very much
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