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Old   September 15, 2012, 03:08
Default [APDL] mesh nodes congruent
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Hi experts, I have the following problem that I hope you could reseolve it.

As can be seen from the figure the elements blue (stringer) horizontal ranging in contact with the upper and lower skin (Figure 1) and are arranged as in Figure 2.

Now, once I discretized a panel (for example the lower one) (figure 3) have the need to do so that the mesh panel is congruent with the portion of the stringer which is in contact above (Figure 5).

How do I achieve this mesh?
PS: Figure 4 shows how to be in contact with skin and stringer lower ..

Thank you all for the availability

I should post the images to understand the problem.
Excuse me if I have wrong to post it.
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