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Old   October 25, 2013, 02:41
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Hi all,
I am totally new to ICEM
For last some days I am trying to mesh different geometries.
Uploaded is a geometry imported in step format
I tried a lot but not getting quality mesh(>0.3)
Also when checking mesh lot of elements are problematic which I move into subset (I dont know what to do with this subset as they remain unfixed)
I tried diff. combinations of methods and sequences
Can u please tell me which is the right approach for this geometry
Any help is appreciated
if somebody expert can do this in lesser time,please reply by email
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