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Old   February 7, 2015, 04:17
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Hi.. I am new to CFD. I modeled a micro channel and tried meshing it in GAMBIT but there were some issues. Instead, I designed the same in Solidworks, imported its STEP file into Ansys meshing and decided to mesh it in Ansys ICEM CFD Meshing using Assembly meshing scheme. The mesh is not satisfactory enough, but nonetheless it is there. Now I want to define different walls and zones the way I would have done in GAMBIT. How to do that?

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