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[ICEM] How can I extrude a 2D Hexa Mesh along a center curve?

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Old   November 9, 2012, 09:39
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i mean on slide # 88, where Simon showed the blocking tips for the similar case
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There must be another solution for my problem. I want to automate the meshing process with a script. The curvature is not complex in my opinion. If the number of bending exceeds a certain number it is too time consuming to set the association by hand each time the geometry changes.

Okay I will stay tuned to the problem.
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