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Dear all,
I am working in aerospace area and using ANSYS for modelling and analysis.
We use ANSYS to mesh complicated model(customer needs ANSYS only, they do not want in other meshing tools like hypermesh etc). While meshing the model in ANSYS we are facing difficulty in finding missing common areas. Checking and modifying the model is taking lot of time.

Can anybody knows any shortcut to find missing common areas? Please update me if you know any macros or procedure to find where common area is not available.

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