|December 24, 2010, 07:14||
ANSYS CFD Split block question
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I have a big mesh and i want to split only a vertex without affecting the closer one.
See the picture
Thank you very much for your work
Last edited by cfdonlinederafa; December 24, 2010 at 07:36.
|December 27, 2010, 17:17||
What do you actually want it to do?
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There are a variety of commands, I am not sure about your final goal...
Perhaps you are looking to split back face? Then try "split face" and pick at that point location.
Or maybe you actually want to split the vertex to create a wedge block...? Then try split vertex. It will actually create a new index between either side of that current vertex...
If you split block it will go thru the whole block and give the split you are seeing.
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