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Default Mathematically tie two blades together
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Dear All,

I have two turbine blades which at the TIP, have to be tied together (actually, a set of 48 have to be tied together), and this mimics a tie rod running through the blade tips.

How can I do this in ANSYS?
Can it be done geometrically using DM or through a mathematical expression?

Thank you
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