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Old   October 15, 2015, 10:47
Default Can i export an initial geometry from Ansys FE Modeler?
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Hello!

I'm with a electromechanical simulation in Ansys Workbench. I have my geometry in Maxwell (electrostatic simulation), then i export the relults to the Static Structural component (mechanical simulation) and finally, I found a way to obtain the deformed geometry and i have it in the FE modeler.

I need to take that deformed geometry and make another electrostatic simulation, but i don't know how to export the deformed geometry from the FE modeler in a maxwell geometry compatible format (i try in STL, etc and always when i try to import the geometry, the software show an error)

Thanks!!
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