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Old   June 19, 2019, 04:13
Default problem with SHM conforming to geometry
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I am relatively new with SHM

I have been struggling for a couple of days with meshing a wedge with a slit as shown in the screenshot. The mesh doesn't conform well with the geometry. This might be a typical problem. But since I am quite new to this, I exactly don't know where to begin with to resolve these sharp edges. I have tried to play around with the resolveFeatureAngle but it too did not help.

I am also attaching a link to my case files.

Any help will really be appreciated at this point

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