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Old   July 24, 2014, 10:19
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I am using Workbench 14.5. I would like mesh a geometry with the results having either all 8-node linear hexa elements or all 27-node linear hexa elements.

I have tried it in ANSYS Mesh but it gives me tria3, quad4, hexa8, penta6, and tetra4 elements.

Is there a way to make all elements hexa? Do I have to use another technique or a specific ANSYS software component?

Thank you in advance.

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