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Old   October 30, 2013, 06:46
Default hexa mesh nodes associated mistakenly, need help
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When I built a hexa mesh for a metal block in flow, I meet a problem that all nodes in a line connect to a point which looks like the attached pic. Does anyone knows where is my problem? and how to fix it?

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Old   October 30, 2013, 09:45
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First you should check associations of edges and verts. But I think you have already done that, right? Very rarely ICEM associates faces wrong without any obvious reasons. I had a similar problem when using copy periodic blocking. It helped to associate the affected faces manually. I think I used the option associate to part.
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