In ansys workbench, the default mesh performs the meshing based on the model. But I want to mesh my part using solid 95 element. For this I searched and identified that it is possible through command, say ET,1,95. I inserted that below to my part in the pre-processing section. It showed green color tick, but the mesh didn't change. Also when I click the command, at the bottom it showed as file not found. If someone provide me a sufficient information on how to change the element type in workbench it will be very much helpful to me.
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