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Old   January 28, 2013, 09:19
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Originally Posted by b.shuvayan View Post
But I am trying this new problem where everything is same..
Unfortunatly this is a way more complicated geometry than the sphere you started with. I don't see how you can get a full hex mesh of this using Ansys Meshing without an extreme ammount of geomtry splitting.

I'd go for ICEM Hexa
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Old   March 23, 2015, 07:41
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Dear Jrunsten
I am doing the same geometry, where a sphere is there inside the cube , but I have to mesh the both. According to your guideline I have meshed the cube part other than sphere and next is how to mesh the sphere (preferable sweep mesh)
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