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Old   September 9, 2022, 05:12
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While I was analyzing the fluid flow for a geometry, I encountered a problem. The problem that I faced is that, when adding Boolean (subtract) in DesignModeller - in order to subtract a geometry (solid) from air (fluid), the Ansys then says that operation would result in non-manifold bodies. In some occasions, it just says, Boolean operation failed. I actually tried many ways to fix the issue however I still couldn't (e.g. I tried the FILL method, I changed the tolerance, I simplified the geometry, etc). I even worked with my geometry in Solidworks (the geometry is prepared via Solidworks), this also didn't help to fix the issue.

Can I therefore please inquire how I can perform the Boolean operation (subtract) for my geometry?

Thank you so much.
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ansys, boolean operation error.

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