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Old   April 4, 2016, 06:43
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Hi. I try to mesh model which is constructed from 2 fluid zones.

1 zone is triangles and 2 zone is hexa.


Problem accrues at interface zone when 2 mesh lines intersect.

One interface line is perfect, but another line which is shown at picture below have voids. Maybe someone can help me with solution ?

I need to create good interface zone.

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Old   December 12, 2016, 04:41
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hi
in ansys mesh you can solve this problem
you should creat a new part from all your parts in ansys modeler by these steps:
ain ansys modeler => right click on parts and select them and take them as new part
good luck and sorry for my bad english writing
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