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    Now that I'm working with contact sets, gears & moving parts, I want to know how I can export the machine to CFD to see how fluid will interact with the moving parts.

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    Exactly what program are you exporting from? Matlab? Fusion 360? Other? And what program would you be importing the "machine" into? Would it be AutoDesk CFD 2017?

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