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Old   May 13, 2009, 14:01
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hello i wana to know how to creat a far field in ansys . i have imported a cad geometry in ansys desigm modeler and i wan to creat the far field
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Old   May 14, 2009, 14:29
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The best way is to go to “tools => Enclosure” set the cushion and Generate…

Or to do it more manually, go to Create => Primatives, or somehow create a volume around your object. When you create the new solid, be sure to set operation to “Add Frozen” or it will fuse the two solids together. Now that you have a Frozen far field around your model, you can use Create => Boolean to subtract the solid from the farfield…
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