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Old   September 6, 2017, 03:04
Default Problem in meshing a lattice tower in fluid domain
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I am new to Ansys and i am trying to create a model of a transmission tower in a fluid domain.The Tower is very simple for the initial trial with L sections of dimensions 100mm x 100mm with thickness of 10mm.
My initial trials is a s follows
1. i made a tower with 4 legs of L section mentioned and have enveloped in fluid domain
2. the fluid domain is a rectangular one(extruded in frozen) with the bottom face coinciding with the leg of the tower.
3. after creating the two solid bodies a boolean operation is performed wherein the the tower body has been subtracted from the rectangular body.
4. on trying to create a elementary mesh , the meshing fails .

Would be grateful if someone guides me through.

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