|March 12, 2012, 13:45||
Mesh Seeds in ANSYS WorkBench Meshing
Join Date: Mar 2012
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I am having some trouble sorting out a way to run a sort of parametric mesh routine in WorkBench. Routine is a little misleading - I'm not trying to run a script. Basically, I have an aero/fluid-solid with a modular region, so I would like to mesh the entire body (not including the modular region) a single time, and then be able to mesh the variable module such that it conforms to the original mesh. This would be a very similar operation to using mesh seeds in ICEM.
I have considered using the skin command in FE Modeler, but this just produces surfaces, not an actual mesh seed. Can anyone think of a solution? Is it even possible in the WB framework?
Thank you very much for your help, in advance.
P.S. Windows 32 bit platform
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