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Old   October 1, 2015, 05:09
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Hi folks, this is my first thread, but the forum has helped me a lot! I'm at my first steps with Ansys.

I have a diferential volume that I want to mesh. I want to mesh the superior face and then "extrude" this mesh all the height of the volume in a regular way, 10 layers.

This is similar to I want to get

I tried with an edge sizing, it looks good on the exterior, but when I apply the inflation for the wall function, it ends all messy and untidy, also the mesh is not regular on the inside.

This is what I get when I apply inflation

I also tried using mapped face meshing, it looks, more regular, but again only in the edges.

This with maped face meshing

How can I solve this?

Thanks, and sorry for the bad English.
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