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mare910 September 2, 2012 17:43

Structured Hexa Mesh
 
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hey.
I am a beginner in ansys and i have some problems with meshing (i am using workbench- meshing). i can't get nice structured mesh (cubes), you can see on the pictures .because of this i could not connect bodies which have nice structured mesh with this one. I tried everything from mapped face meshing, edge and face sizing, without success. I am trying simulate a heat transfer and i have many plates that have very small tickness (0,3mm). any advice? thanks

flotus1 September 4, 2012 05:51

In Design modeler, you have to slice the geometry into smaller parts with a rectangular appearance. From the small parts, form a new part.
Afterwards, the ansys mesher should be able to fit a hexa mesh into the geometry.

mare910 September 5, 2012 10:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by flotus1 (Post 380118)
In Design modeler, you have to slice the geometry into smaller parts with a rectangular appearance. From the small parts, form a new part.
Afterwards, the ansys mesher should be able to fit a hexa mesh into the geometry.

worked, thanks


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