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Old   March 22, 2017, 12:13
Default Ansys Meshing splits geometry lines
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I am having some problems in a project I am performing on the Ansys Workbench.
What happens is that once I finish designing my geometry on DesignModeler (done in several solids for meshing strategy), and I "form a new part" that unifies all those solids into one, after exporting to ansys mesher I find that several segments of the geometry have been split into several more segments.

If I don't form that "new part", there is no such problem, but I need all the blocks to be one geometry (one geometry but keeping the solids "frozen")
I don't know why is this happening, and I don't really know how to solve it.

Some images from DM/mesher are included to illustrate my problem.




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