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Old   August 21, 2015, 09:23
Default transfer geometry from spaceclaim to ansys workbench16
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Hi everybody,
I created a geometry in spaceclaim.but when I wanna to import it in workbench and do the mesh the hemisphere part divided into two parts.(pic1)
I am using Ansys 16.1 but due to some reason I havent spaeclaim there.
but when I use other license for ansys that has spaceclaim inside everything is ok.(pic2)
Finally, I will not work with the later.Is ther any problem with devided part?How can I fixed it?
Moreover,I save my geometry as .step inorder to import it in ansys without spaceclaim.

About the geometry:
the hemisphere is fluid region and the body inside is structural part

-I also open my case in DM and there try to find a solution.
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