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Old   May 20, 2006, 05:09
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I am importing the design to starcd using the .iges file type. Starcd import it perfectly, but recognises the lines and not the volumes. How can I make it understand that I have different volumes, and how can I attribute different fluid properties to these different volumes? Thanks a lot, Laure
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Old   May 22, 2006, 06:05
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Or is there any other way to do it? Once the design is done using StarDesign, to avoid meshing it with StarDesign how would you do? Exporting it with the .iges file makes the volumes disappear, and the material properties too. Then with StarCd, I can't manage to recreate each initial volume. How is it possible to do it? Regards, Laure
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