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Old   December 13, 2011, 01:55
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I have gone through all the tutorials files related to meshing in ANSYS. However I am still not clear about the best method to use to mesh my model.The model that I want to mesh is a waterblock. Currently I'm using ICEM CFD and I have just done importing the geometry from Inventor. Thus I would like to ask for advices on how should I continue my meshing when I'm done importing. I have done the topology build and everything is in red lines which I assume it is a good thing. Besides, what is the best method to mesh? tqtq
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