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Soheyl June 18, 2007 15:32

Reading ANSYS mesh into my own code
 
Hi

I have written my code in FORTRAN, and I am using ANSYS as the mesh generator. I can read the list of nodes and elements from their lists into my code, but how should I find the boundary elements (and edges)? Is there any command in ANSYS that gives you a list of boundary elements and faces / nodes?

Thanks

Glenn Horrocks June 18, 2007 18:51

Re: Reading ANSYS mesh into my own code
 
Hi,

Try exporting the mesh in a friendier format. A neutral file might be useful but have look at the other options.

Glenn Horrocks


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