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Old   September 8, 2014, 08:16
Question How to mesh a solid/ shell hemisphere , hexdominant in ansys apdl
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Can anyone guide me how to mesh solid and shell 3d hemisphere with hex dominant approach in ansys mechanical APDL?
I found no such verification manual for 3d hemispherical meshing in ansys. What method should be applied and what element should be chosen appropriately to mesh this structure?
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