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Old   September 6, 2019, 16:11
Default Define inlet and outlet on Inventor
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Hello everyone,
I am traying to import my geometry from Autodesk Inventor to work on OpenFOAM. I know that i need to save the geometry on STL or OBJ, but first of that, i am trying to define the inlet, outlet and wall zones from my gemetry.
I was reading from other internet forums and watching videos, but i cant find a claear answer for my problem. If one of you know how to define the faces, i would be very gratefull.

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