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Default Meshing in workbench on a Remote Server
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Hello Ansys users,

My question is related to using a remote and powerful machine to generate mesh due to memory restrictions on host machine (the machine user is working on). We have created the geometry, set all contacts and meshing parameters, material properties, etc. However, the local machine is not able to handle the mesh with number of nodes higher than 5 millions and takes lot of time.

Can an input file or script file be generated to issue the meshing operation on a remote machine, in the batch mode? The remote machine is accessible to fire runs only and cannot be accessed to open GUI.

Thank you for your advice!

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Amod
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