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Old   November 28, 2019, 14:45
Default New to StarCCM+ need help with split by patch surface
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I wanted to know how to get a deleted surface, back. I went on split by patch to name my surfaces and I named a surface and then deleted, but that surface is gone, and I dont know how to get get it back. As you can see in the attached photo, my front face is missing.

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Just delete this body from Parts and import it (or create from 3D-CAD) again.
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Just delete this body from Parts and import it (or create from 3D-CAD) again.
Thanks for the reply,

I luckily had it saved prior to me deleting the surface, so i just closed it and open it back up, and the my front face was back.

But i think thats a pretty bad design since you cannot undo the mistakes like you can with Solidworks Flow simulation.
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