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prayskyer June 19, 2006 07:05

how to deal with complex geometry using ICEM?
 
now,i deal with a so complex geometry~ when i mesh it using ICEM,it stop and those come out:

possible error(1) in trim curves for surface F_15040.cut.0.3 (62451) possible error(3) in trim curves for surface F_26815.cut.0.-5 (id=62744)

lots of those come out!

what can i do?and,how to deal with complex geometry?

sincerely:)

myron June 19, 2006 08:14

Re: how to deal with complex geometry using ICEM?
 
Often those messages are benign and don't affect the mesh. If the mesh looks OK - then you're good to go. Make sure you use the Build Diagnostic Topology to remove unnecessary curves and points.

prayskyer June 19, 2006 08:31

Re: how to deal with complex geometry using ICEM?
 
thanks a lot:)

sure,after using the Build Diagnostic Topology to remove unnecessary curves and points,but at the beginning of meshing,those "~~~~~"come out,even when it begin to mesh,and it stop running!

need i do some deals to modify my geometry or some others?

myron June 20, 2006 07:33

Re: how to deal with complex geometry using ICEM?
 
Best bet is to contact your support provider.


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