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Default Meshing Airsolid in sections
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Hi All

I am a beginner meshing a pretty sizable model. I waste a lot of time meshing my entire model when I am really only refining a particular area. I was wondering if ICEM is smart enough to slowly mesh my part by section. I am doing a tet mesh and I have 4 major regions.

I want to
1, tet mesh a single region
2. check for quality and re-mesh if necessary
3. Add prism layers
4. move to next part but not loose the work I have done


Now on the one hand I can go through get my settings straight and then redo the entire model at the end with the settings but I hoping I can just do it piece by piece.

Any ideas on this?
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