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Old   December 16, 2010, 06:40
Default Very basic questions for ICEM CFD
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Hello, I have two simple questions for ANSYS ICEM CFD 12:

1) How do you check the number of finite elements in the mesh, number of nods or triangles/cubes/tetras/hexas and so on.

2) How do you set "boundary conditions" when creating a mesh for any kind of flow.

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Old   December 20, 2010, 04:53
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1) right klick "pre-mesh" in the "blocking" menu -> "show size info"
2) not at all, you do it later, for example in cfx pre
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Old   December 21, 2010, 17:01
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You can set boundary conditions in ICEM. Go to Output > Boundary conditions.

I find it easier to do in a program like CFX Pre, but you can do it in ICEM.
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