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Old   January 8, 2016, 03:48
Default Help: Penetrating elements on Outlet Boundary Surface
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I am trying to mesh the geometry shown on the attached picture. The premesh looks in my opinion alright (picture2). However, I get penetrating elements at places where I do not even have a mesh. (picture 3). I am not sure how this is possible or how to fix it.

Does anyone have any suggestions? I could also upload my project file if this would help

Thank you very much in advance for the help
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