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Old   September 28, 2010, 17:58
Default Can I import complex geometry into Ansys Multiphysics?
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Im very frustrated at the moment, trying to teach myself Ansys, and I want to calculate the section properties of a complex thin walled profile, can I do this with Ansys? I presume its going to be a mission to draw it as well in Ansys, so will it be possible to import a DXF file or something along those lines? I would really appreciate your assistance!
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