April 14, 2019 at 8:43 pmcnokekeSubscriberHow do you define the surfaces/faces of a pipe as inlet , wall and outlet on Space claim 2019. I’m trying to perform CFD analysis on the pipe but I can’t get it to design modeler because I don’t have the faces defined but I’m having problems finding out how to do so. Thanks
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