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Old   September 13, 2019, 04:22
Default how to create geometry in StarCd?
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I am new in starCd and I am supposed to create a cylinder but I don't know how. I'll really appreciate if somebody helps me on this issue or introduces some useful manuals of this software.
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Old   October 22, 2019, 15:13
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Are you looking for a procedure to create a static cylindrical domain or will you be simulating an internal combustion engine, for which you would additionally need es-ice?

Why don't you start with tutorials? After setting your environmental variables, all manuals are to be found under the $STARCDMAN folder and tutorial files reside under $STARCDTUTS.
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