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2D electrostatic simulation

2D electrostatic simulation

2D electrostatic simulation

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Hi, I'm new working with ALGOR.. I have some experience with ANSYS. I'm trying to modelate an insulated wire inmerse in oil, but I have problems with the geometry. The geometry is  very simple (3 materials in 2D), but in Algor I can't find how to create a valid geometry.... In Ansys I use the boolean option "overlap" to create new areas and then assign the material to them, so each area has contact with the other areas through a line, and with that the meshes has "contact" between the areas. But in algor I can't find the equivalent function to "overlap" the areas, or that que areas have a common line between them.

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