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Old   March 18, 2020, 04:43
Default CutCell algorithm: no longer support
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Hi you all!

I'm just curious about one warning that I'm getting all the time. When using CutCell algorithm to mesh with FLUENT MESHING 2019 R3, there is this message saying that CutCell panel is not supported anymore and will be removed in future releases. I remember that some months ago I read a similar message when meshing with CutCell in ANSYS MESHING 2019 R3.

I just wonder why ANSYS is planning to remove this algorithm. Is it because they want to move on to POLYHEX meshes or something like that? Or maybe I'm misunderstanting something and it won't be removed. It could be worth it to know so I should start meshing with other algorithms.

Thanks in advance!
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