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Old   September 16, 2009, 18:42
Default How can make a 2D geometry DesignModeler?
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I am working with ANSYS 12. The 2D geometries made in Design Modeler are not recognized by the application Meshing (appears "?Geometry" in the tree outline).
How to solve the problem?
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Just right click on the geometry field on the project schematic, then set the Analysis type to 2D.
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