|November 30, 2011, 04:07||
Fine meshing in ANSYS Meshing v13
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I am new in Ansys Meshing v13 .
I want to know what are the different ways to make a fine mesh from a course mesh.
How to make a fine and very fine mesh.
i have a 3D geometry to mesh .
Thanks in advance
|December 1, 2011, 11:41||
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In the main Meshing Details window, the top field is a slider called "relevance". Relevance can be slid to the right to refine the whole model. Note, this refines all the mesh settings... The mesh then needs to regenerate.
Since you are in Workbench, you can actually use the little check box and parameterize this or other mesh settings. Also parameterize the statistics (at the bottom of the mesh details panel) for number of elements and min quality. Then you can go to the parameter set manager and run a series of what if trials that will update your project (mesh refinement and solver runs) in batch with a variety of mesh sizes. Turn on "retain design points" if you want to keep all the files.
You could even control this with ANSYS DesignXplorer and get some nice charts about mesh sensitivity and correlation, etc.
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