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Old   August 12, 2018, 00:24
Default Boolean Substract Error after importing model from Solidworks
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Dear All,

I have imported my solidworks model inside Ansys - Fluent. Im about to do heat transfer analysis. The first step need to go through Design Modeler. When i try to boolean it, it gave me error.

Boolean 1:

Substract
Target Body: Fluid Domain
Tool Body: Roof
Preserve tool bodies: Yes

No problem, i can generate it without error.



Boolean 2:

Substract
Substract
Target Body: Fluid Domain
Tool Body: House body including roof truss
Preserve tool bodies: No

Error: Operation would result in non-manifold bodies. Context: Geometry Engine, while generating feature Boolean2.

I read somewhere to try to use Tool>Fill and Tool>Merge also error.

What should i do next? How to fix this.
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