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Old   January 16, 2002, 06:21
Default pro-am meshing of external flows
Joel Davison
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Hi i have a small problem, i have an object which i would like to look at flow over it, as it is a fairly complex geometry and i dont really want to spend hours meshing it manually is there an easy way of creating a mesh using pro-am?. i have played around with the program and can only seemed to get volume meshes, i.e flow inside the object. Any ideas anyone, p.s the model is an iges imported using solid edge
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Old   January 16, 2002, 06:37
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With Pro*Am, build a shell box around your object and then mesh the volume between this box and your object.
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