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Old   May 21, 2021, 12:04
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Hello everyone,
I am a final year mechanical engineering undergraduate I am working on the CFD analysis of coronary artery. I got the geometry from the Cardiology department and process the geometry in Mimics software. The problem I am facing is in the meshing. The ANSYS Mechanical is not able to generate the mesh. Also when I check the geometry in the Design modular, it shows too many bad faces in the geometry and when I try to combine all the surfaces it does not merge surfaces. I am not able to solve the problem. The geometry is too unresponsive. Is there any way that I can process the geometry and make it better? Please let me know any method.
Thank you.
I have attached the ss of the mesh error.
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