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antonio January 25, 2010 14:02

geometry definition
 
Hi all:)

I want to create a model composed of various surfaces. At the present stage I need to define something like a parable with base equal to 4.61 mm and "height" of 4 mm. How can I define this type of geometry (I have tried to see in tutorials examples but i did not saw an example of this type of geometry)?

Thanks for your recommendations.

-mAx- January 26, 2010 01:57

which software?

antonio January 26, 2010 05:05

Hi Max:

At the present moment Im using the design modeler of ANSYS version 12.0.

Cheers

mic February 3, 2010 10:51

The Ansys modeler works like a CAD system, you have to sketch your geometry and than create the volume with the "extrude, revolve, etc" tools. If you're familiar with a cad tool you can easily use it and than import your model in the design modeler.

antonio February 3, 2010 11:52

Dear mic:

Thanks a lot for your comments. I have already solved my problem.

Regards


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