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Old   April 3, 2021, 06:46
Default Pointwise volume meshing problems
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Hi guys, i'm starting to learn how to use Pointwise.
I've to mesh a car floor in a control volume but i have some difficulties.
My geometry is a car floor, made on CATIA, i've been able to import my .igs file and it has been located in the 'database' tab.
Then i used a script to create a rectangular prism, which already has connectors and points.
After i used the function 'connectors on database entities' on my database (the floor geometry), and i've been able to mesh my floor but i've no clue on how meshing the volume in my interest (control volume-floor volume).
Some advice?
Thanks
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