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Old   December 1, 2011, 17:59
Default Hex Mesh and Sizing Function Help
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Hello cfd-online forums. I was given a geometry that needs to be re-meshed and I am new to the ANSYS Workbench application. With all of the options and how everything is set up, it is a bit overwhelming. I would like to use a hex mesh on the model, but it does not turn out well when I try it (see figures). Can this be remedied using sizing functions or will I have to use the tetra mesh method? Thanks for any help!
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