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Old   October 20, 2009, 04:42
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I want to simulate bloodflow in a cylinder. I started to make a 3-d grid in star, modelling 1/6 of the cylinder. then I proceed with creating boundarys, one inlet, one outlet, one wall and two cyclic and match the cyclic boundarys after that I specify the thermophysical model and properties of blood and the boundary regions. when I try to run the analyzes the following problems accure;
pressure reference cell for a material is not part of that material set
monitoring cell for a material is not part of that material set
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