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Old   January 4, 2022, 14:04
Default Meshing methodology for star-ccm+ using ansa
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Hi All,

Firstly, happy new year!!

I am specifically looking for reference material or best practices on using ANSA to prepare 3d surface models for solving in starccm+.

I understand ccm needs a different approach than some other solvers that do not require thickness to be modeled within the various parts. CCM requires thickness modeled and also does not allow non-manifold or free edges.

Is anybody familiar with the methodology that we use in ansa to prepare 3d models for star-ccm for external aero/ thermal analyses? (OR).

Do you have any reference material on the modeling approaches/ techniques used to build surface models in ANSA for further volume meshing and solving in StarCCM+?

Wish you all a great year ahead. Please respond in here with any leads or answers. Thank you very much.


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