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Old   January 9, 2017, 10:17
Exclamation Allowable geometry limits for student version
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I want to import a geometry having 89 bodies and it has 0.5 m length. When I try to import that geometry in designmodeler, an error message shows-" you have exceeded the allowable geometry for ansys academic. you can not save or export"."Turning Large model support on" is not helping. I tried to know the limitations for designmodeler but could not get that. Please help me.
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Old   May 19, 2017, 08:27
Default You can import a maximum of 50 bodies
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I just stumbled upon the same problem and as I had a body count quite close I just tried a little. I suppose you can import a maximum of 50 bodies with the student license. This threshold, x, is measured accurate to 50<=x<52 so you might try 51 but I think this is unlikely.
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