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Old   November 11, 2015, 11:16
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I want to refine my mesh using two different field functions, one for each region. So, I have two XYZ tables, ¿can I combine both tables without using another sofware?
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Each region has a specific value for the fieldfunction "RegionIndex" e.g. 1 or 7. It is equal to the index value in the properties window. Based on that you can create a common fieldfunction for one common table like:
$RegionIndex==3? $Pressure:$Temperature

If you export that into the table you should get what you need.
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