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how to do share topology in the design modeler in Ansys Workbench

how to do share topology in the design modeler in Ansys Workbench

how to do share topology in the design modeler in Ansys Workbench

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Hello everyone
I am trying to simulate C beam using design modeler
I used share topology option to merge the flanges with the web of the C beam as shown in pic no1


then I tried to mesh it ,the result is shown in pic no2

is the meshed surfaces at the corner is normal? and if not so or I need to make them sharing one edge in the meshed model, what should I do ?
Regards

RE: how to do share topology in the design modeler in Ansys Workbench

I don't use design modeler (I use SpaceClaim), so I'm not sure, but that just looks like an artifact of how Ansys displays things when you have the display/style setting "Thick Shells and Beams" turned on. If you turn that off, I'm guessing that the mesh will look ok. It's still a good idea to run a few test cases to make sure the model is behaving how you expect it to.

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