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Old   July 8, 2015, 05:34
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Hi people,

I was wondering if someone can help me with organizing the mesh in ICEM. I am looking for some way to move mesh elements from one part to another. Can anyone give me a quick pointer to achieve that.
Thank you.

I've moved recently over CFD, I have worked on structural FEA and acoustics, for meshing i have worked on Altair tools (Hypermesh). Anyone who has worked on both HM and ICEM, please give me some information for an eased transition, what should be the things, major points that are very different for user in both of these two tools.
Thank you once again.
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