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Old   November 9, 2010, 11:42
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Hello All ,

Could anyone tell me how to change the mesh sizing in ANSYS ? I'm new to ANSYS and I learnt a few days ago that ANSYS uses the automatic meshing tool. However , if I wish to verify mesh independence how can I change the mesh or grid sizing ?

Any help will be greatly appreciated

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Old   November 12, 2010, 04:11
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hI, Garg,
Your question made me thinking of the old time when i started to learn Ansys. At that time, i also have many problems and didn't know how to resolve them. Sometimes, one friend told me the ANSYS HELP can do most things we wanted. And it was proved. So i suggest you can learn from the HELP.
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