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How to import mesh from abaqus into a static analysis in ANSYS

How to import mesh from abaqus into a static analysis in ANSYS

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Hi,

I've got an abaqus mesh input file, where each element has different thickness. I would like to do a static analysis in ANSYS WORKBENCH 14 using the mesh file that I already have. I want to mesh my model
with the mesh that I already have coded in a .inp file in abaqus. I want to do it for different geometries. How can I do it for the exact same geometry? And for other geometries? I guess I can populate
any geometry with an already done mesh, just the coordinates of the nodes and the element size will change. Am I correct?


Thanks in advance,
Best regards,
AndradeSilva

RE: How to import mesh from abaqus into a static analysis in ANSYS

(OP)
Hi,

Thanks for your reply and for your help. Can you link to a tutorial on how to do want I want to do?


Best regards,
Andrade Silva

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