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Old   October 10, 2010, 11:50
Default Meshing of a geometry modelled in pro-e
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Hey i got a complex geometry modelled in geometry..
can any one help me mesh it in gambit as i want to do
3d flow analysis on it in fluent..
if anyone's willing to help then i can send him the geometry,
as i am getting so many errors doing it by myself..
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