|July 2, 2015, 21:11||
Generate Mesh on Internal walls
VINICIUS DA COSTA AVILA
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Could anyone give me some advice here?
I have introduced internal parts in my geometry and I have created new parts to name them. However, when I visualize the pre-mesh and even after I export the mesh, these internal parts just vanish.
The external parts: walls, inlet and outlet are ok, but the internal ones (membrane, cilindres and baffle) weren't export with the mesh.
I have attached 3 prints,
screen1: my geometry (walls in green, inlet and outlet in red, baffle in pink and membrane and cilindres in blue)
screen2: the pre-mesh, where we can see that the mesh were generated on the inlet and walls.
screen3: unchecking the walls (with the pre-mesh checked) we can see no mesh on the internal parts, just on the inlet and outlet (in red).
Anyone has any idea what I have missed that the exported mesh doesnt carry the internal parts?
|blocking, internal baffle, internal parts, internal wall, mesh|
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