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Old   May 24, 2012, 04:53
Default Memory error while generating fine 2D mesh
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Hello

I don't achieve to generate mesh with more than ~1M cells under ANSYS Meshing. I'm using a workstation with 16 Go RAM and 2xQuadCore and i don' understand why ANSYS takes a very long time (1 day at least) to generate mesh and use so many RAM.

I didn't encounter such difficulties under GAMBIT. Does anybody have an experience on the subject ?

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The solution is to create a multi-body part and mesh parts one by one.
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