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Hello! I am new on ansys.. I have d

Hello! I am new on ansys.. I have d

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Hello! I am new on ansys.. I have designed my model but I need Guidance for Meshing... I'm familiar with edge sizing and sweeping but I dont know what I want kind of mesh is a good mesh? I have attached What ever I have done uptill now.. please comment is it a good mesh or bad one?

RE: Hello! I am new on ansys.. I have d

http://simulatemore.mscsoftware.com/the-best-fea-mesh-density-for-accuracy-and-speed-msc-nastran/
https://caeai.com/blog/how-do-i-know-if-my-mesh-good-enough

From this distance, I can't tell if the nodes are shared between bodies by having the bodies residing in the same 'part'. If so, you may avoid using contacts.


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Sze Kwan (Jason) Cheah
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