Introduction to ANSYS Meshing (Assembly Meshing – Cutcell)
- This workshop will demonstrate the application of Assembly Meshing to a CAD import assembly of parts.
- Starting ANSYS Meshing
- Activating Assembly Meshing
- Creating a Material Point
- Creating a Virtual Body
- Defining a Fluid Surface
- Generating the Fluid Mesh
- In many cases we are only interested in generating a mesh for the fluid region. We can use the ‘Keep Solid Mesh’ option under Assembly Meshing in the Details View to discard the solid mesh if required.
- However, this option will still initially generate the solid & fluid body meshes. The solid mesh will simply be discarded after this process. For small cases this is not a problem but for larger cases this can become very inefficient in terms of time.
- We can avoid this by defining which faces are ‘wetted’ by the fluid before we generate the mesh with the ‘Keep Solid Mesh’ option set to No.
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