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Old   May 11, 2009, 12:29
Exclamation Any other way of importing CAD geometry directly to the CFx-Meshing and avoid GGI?
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Hello ppl,

I don't have ANSYS design modeller just direct connection with CATIA V5. Is it possible to obtain a mesh not involving GGI? As any one knows a workaround to this?
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Hello ppl,

I don't have ANSYS design modeller just direct connection with CATIA V5. Is it possible to obtain a mesh not involving GGI? As any one knows a workaround to this?
Is it possible of obtaining a single part with multiple bodies in CFX-Mesh without the need of ANSYS Design Modeller? I used CATIA V5 even if I do a boolean operation CFX-Mesh reads as a single part with a single body. Does any one knows a workaround to this, to avoid GGI?
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