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Old   April 3, 2012, 09:57
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Dear friends,
I am a freshman .now,I meet a question:
when I use "fluentMeshToFoam" to convert a mesh file.How can I control the distance of "Z" axis .
Note:I know that---When reading a 2 dimensional Fluent mesh, the converter automatically extrudes the mesh in the third direction and adds the empty patch.
Thank you!
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