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Default Creating mesh regions in ANYS Meshing
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Hi!

I have a very simple 3D rectangular channel with an increase in cross-sectional area. When I drawed the channel in DesignModeler it consists of two parts, the narrow region and the wider region. My problem is that when I want to mesh the channel, the two regions that I initially wanted is merged to one (body). I want the two regions to mesh intependently (two regions), and of course be connected. This is because I want to decrease the nodal distance towards the area increase. This is a simple task in Gambit, and should be easy in Meshing but I can't figure it out! So if someone have a clue, please help me I'll attach a picture of the channel..
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