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Old   January 29, 2006, 06:20
Default Model size range
Alberto Guerra
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I`m trying to import a Catia V5 file (.catpart) to Ansys Workbench 9.0 in order to create a .gtm file for CFX but the following error appears: Model size out of range.

The geometry is quite big. Is it possible to change model size range in Ansys Workbench? How can I import big geometries to Ansys Workbench 9.0 in order to create meshes for ansys CFX?

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