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ANSYS Meshing 12.0 12 0 Introduction

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Meshing Overview
• ANSYS Workbench process automation – Physics-aware meshing – Meshing in batch – P Parametric/Persistent meshing t i /P i t t hi • Adding controls for meshing flexibility – mesh type/method – mesh sizing – mesh a g e t es alignment – mesh quality – mesh feature capturing

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Inc. Inc.Process Automation • Meshing co es as a cell of a Workbench Analysis es g comes ce o o be c a ys s System (Mesh/Model) • Or as it’s own Component System. Proprietary . the meshing defaults are based on the physics preference of the system • The mesh is provided to any downstream system – Downstream systems can be linked to the Mesh cell of any system © 2009 ANSYS. All rights reserved. • Regardless of what System the Mesh/Model cell is invoked from the meshing tools are the same • However. 4 ANSYS.

All rights reserved. each using appropriate defaults for that physics © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. Proprietary .Physics-Aware Meshing • There are four physics p p y preferences in the Meshing g application. 5 ANSYS. Inc.

The Progress monitor gives progress. 6 ANSYS. dditi l t l © 2009 ANSYS. For example: Use Update to generate the mesh in batch. Proprietary .Meshing in Batch • Because the meshing is highly automated. After updating the mesh you can Edit it to view the mesh or add additional control. Inc. All rights reserved. the meshing application can be run in batch and a user can essentially skip the meshing step. Inc.

• These controls persist with any geometry changes changes. we will see how mesh methods and mesh controls can be inserted to control the properties of the mesh. Inc. 7 ANSYS. Inc.Parametric/Persistent Meshing • In the following slides. • The process of updating the mesh is the same as in the batch meshing – Added controls continue to apply – Well controlled mesh is automated for subsequent design iterations in batch • This makes parametric/persistent meshing inherent to the p process © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary . All rights reserved.

great deal of flexibility to control: – mesh type/method – mesh sizing – mesh alignment – mesh quality – mesh feature capturing © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary . since a well controlled mesh is often required for higher solution accuracy and efficiency there is a efficiency. All rights reserved. Inc. 8 ANSYS. Inc. Meshing in Workbench is designed to be invisible to the user • However.Adding Controls for Flexibility • As demonstrated.

9 ANSYS. sizings. Proprietary . etc. © 2009 ANSYS. • You can see in this case that Workbench automatically assigns: • Physics based sizing • Interfaces between parts • User can go into these defaults and adjust as they see fit. Inc.Adding Mesh Controls • Let’s look at an assembly model: Contact is automatically defined between parts Mesh object: additional controls can be inserted Global controls: Physics preferences. Inc. inflation etc sizings inflation. All rights reserved.

else tets • User can insert mesh methods to override the defaults. Inc. Proprietary . 10 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Some parts are meshed with patch conforming tetrahedral method Some parts are meshed with general sweep © 2009 ANSYS. h where i t hex h possible.Adding Mesh Controls • Mesh Methods: • Parts are meshed as appropriate. Inc.

Inc. Inc. or manually as shown here. Proprietary . Let’s see how we can coarsen mesh in non-critical regions Mesh is refined to respect each face © 2009 ANSYS. Mesh walks over details 11 ANSYS. All rights reserved.Adding Mesh Controls • Mesh Controls (Virtual Topology): • Geometry and mesh defeaturing tools are available to reduce the element/cell count in non noncritical regions • Manual virtual topologies help user control which features to capture Virtual Topologies can be created automatically.

Inc.Adding Mesh Controls • Mesh Controls (Auto VT): • Automatic virtual topologies can be created and then user can edit these manually for optimum control Mesh without Virtual Topogies Automatic Virtual Topologies © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. Mesh after automatic Virtual Topologies 12 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Proprietary .

face. All rights reserved. cross hatch represents size Resulting mesh © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. and vertex level • Other sizing controls include: • Sphere of influence p • Body of influence • Curvature/Proximity sizing Now let’s apply a body sizing to improve uniformity of mesh Insert body sizing. Inc. Proprietary . edge.Adding Mesh Controls • Mesh Controls (Sizing): • Sizing controls are available at the body. 13 ANSYS.

Inc. simplification pinch features can further simplify the model • The pinch controls use mesh p based defeaturing and can be applied manually or automatically like VTs. 14 Manual pinch feature removes features at mesh level allowing for easier simplification than geometry level for some configurations. Inc. All rights reserved. Like Automatic Virtual Topologies. Proprietary .Adding Mesh Controls • Mesh Controls (Pinch): • If Virtual Topologies (VTs) aren’t enough for geometry simplification. Notice bad mesh in areas Insert manual pinch controls to remove unwanted features © 2009 ANSYS. there is Automatic Pinch ANSYS.

All rights reserved. sub-mapping is done to get a mapped mesh Face is meshed with mapped quads split to tris © 2009 ANSYS. 15 ANSYS. Inc. Inc.Adding Mesh Controls • Mesh Control (Mapped Face): The face Th f mesh structure can be Select changed face(s) adding by to have a mapped mapped face mesh controls Since the face has a cutout. Proprietary .

All rights reserved.Adding Mesh Controls • Mesh Methods and Controls: • This example shows how a variety of mesh controls and methods can combine to provide great flexibility Default tet mesh Hex mesh would improve solution accuracy Add Virtual Faces to aid in hex meshing Add MultiZone method for pure hex mesh Pure hex mesh is able t b bl to be generated © 2009 ANSYS. 16 ANSYS. Proprietary . Inc. Inc.

Inc. Inc. 17 ANSYS. Apply body sizing with smaller mesh size Refined hex mesh for better accuracy Section plane of hex mesh © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary . but this gives a general overview of the use of these controls.Adding Mesh Controls • Mesh Methods and Controls: • There is an extensive list of additional mesh methods/controls. All rights reserved.

All rights reserved. the software puts a ? to indicate a control that has become invalid and should be inspected by the user. Proprietary .Adding Controls for Flexibility • The controls that were added are stored as objects in the mesh folder • These controls persist to design changes – If a new design makes it impossible to update controls from a previous design. 18 ANSYS. © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. Inc.

ANSYS Meshing 12.0 g Feature Update © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary . 19 ANSYS. Inc. Inc. All rights reserved.

Adaptive Architecture • Integration of TGrid and ANSYS ICEM CFD meshing methods to increase power and flexibility of Workbench meshing solution • Further evolution of meshing tools and technologies for Mechanical.ANSYS 12. All rights reserved. Parametric Persistent. 20 ANSYS. Physics-aware. Inc. Persistent Highly-Automated.0 Meshing Goals • Next generation solution for GAMBIT and CFXMesh customers: – Follows Workbench guiding principles: Parametric. ANSYS Emag. Proprietary . Inc. Highly Automated Flexible. Explicit and CFD meshing © 2009 ANSYS.

Inc. 21 ANSYS. Proprietary . Inc.Mesh Controls • • • • Physics-based mesh controls Support for CAD instances Arbitrary mesh matching Mapped mesh controls – Corner controls to help define mapping strategy • Pinch feature • Ad Advanced Si F d Size Functions i • Interface/contact handling between parts – Contact sizing – Arbitrary mesh matching – Patch independent option: Match mesh where possible ibl © 2009 ANSYS. All rights reserved.

. etc.0 is the first release targeting CFD needs using our proven GAMBIT and TGrid meshing technology • Better CFD meshing defaults – Automated CFD meshing process • CFD/Fl CFD/Fluent shape check controls t h h k t l – Support for FLUENT boundary conditions. All rights reserved. – Improved inflation controls • Program controlled inflation • S Smooth t th transition controls iti t l © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. Proprietary .Fluids Physics-based Mesh Controls • ANSYS 12. Inc. mesh size functions. 22 ANSYS.

All rights reserved. Proprietary . Inc. Inc.CFD Meshing • Automated CFD meshing process – CFX/FLUENT solver preference added to tailor mesh based off solver – Add d appropriate d f lt Added i t defaults – Added “Skewness” quality metric for FLUENT © 2009 ANSYS. 23 ANSYS.

Proprietary .CFD Meshing • 3D Bodies (Zones) Solid/Fluid – CAD parts can be marked in DM as Air/Fluid – Display of Solid/Fluid indicates type – FLUENT will use this for 3D Zone creation • 2D Zones – Named Selections (for Boundary Conditions) pass through Workflow (CAD Geometry Meshing FLUENT) © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. Inc. 24 ANSYS. All rights reserved.

25 ANSYS. or insert inflation control © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary . Inc. All rights reserved.Improved CFD Inflation • Program Controlled Inflation – Will inflate off all faces that are not in a named selection – Or user can inflate off a named selection. Inc.

Inc.Structural Physics-Based Mesh Controls • Efficient meshing for physics – Rigid body contact meshing • Edges/Faces in contact area are only things meshed • Centroid defined for mass – G k t meshing Gasket hi • Quadratic edges/faces on top and bottom • Linear edges/faces on side © 2009 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Inc. 26 ANSYS. Proprietary .

Inc.Rigid Body Meshing (3D) • Only faces of rigid body in contact get meshed © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary . Inc. All rights reserved. 27 ANSYS.

Rigid Body Meshing (2D) • Only edges of rigid sheet in contact get meshed © 2009 ANSYS. 28 ANSYS. Proprietary . Inc. Inc. All rights reserved.

All rights reserved. Inc. 29 ANSYS. Inc. Proprietary .Gasket Elements • More automated way of meshing gaskets Quadratic faces on source/target Linear faces on sides © 2009 ANSYS.

Support for CAD Instances • Instances defined in Pro/E. etc. Solidworks. 30 ANSYS. are used in meshing (geometry/mesh is copied) – Geometry transfer/meshing speedup • Selection by instance © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. Proprietary . Inc. All rights reserved.

31 ANSYS. Inc. Proprietary .Meshing of Instances • Meshing speed improvement – 58% time reduction in meshing • Instance selection: © 2009 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Inc.

Inc. Inc. 32 ANSYS. All rights reserved.Meshing of Instances • Overall speed improvements – – – Geometry transfer: 77% time reduction Meshing speedup: 55% time reduction Total i T t l import and meshing of thi model reduced f t d hi f this d l d d from 533 to 192 seconds (64% time reduction) © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary .

All rights reserved. Proprietary .Arbitrary Mesh Matching • Match control to copy mesh to similar topologies based off 2 coordinate systems © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. Inc. 33 ANSYS.

All rights reserved. Inc. Inc. Proprietary .Improved Mapped Control • Support for side/corner controls to define strategy for submapping © 2009 ANSYS. 34 ANSYS.

Pinch Feature • Mesh pinch out feature added for defeaturing at mesh level p g • Automated based off shell thickness or user defined tolerance • Works in conjunction with Virtual Topologies to simplify meshing constraints © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. Proprietary . 35 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Inc.

Inc. All rights reserved.Automatic Pinch Generation • With automatic pinch generation user can pinch features under a defined size and remove small features from the mesh Use shell thickness. Proprietary . or define a tolerance © 2009 ANSYS. 36 ANSYS. Inc.

Proprietary .Manual Pinch Feature • With Auto-pinch. Inc. 37 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Inc. software figures out basic areas to pinch • User can then add additional manual pinch controls © 2009 ANSYS.

Proprietary . Inc. Inc. All rights reserved.Shell Example w/out pinch feature w/pinch feature © 2009 ANSYS. 38 ANSYS.

All rights reserved. Inc. 39 ANSYS.Shell Example w/out pinch feature w/pinch feature © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. Proprietary .

Inc. Inc. All rights reserved. 40 ANSYS. Proprietary .Solid Example w/out pinch feature w/pinch feature © 2009 ANSYS.

All rights reserved. Inc. Proprietary . 41 ANSYS.Advanced Size Function • Incorporate FLUENT size function • Curvature based sizing controls y g • Proximity based sizing controls • Body/Face/Edge sizing • Improve consistency of controls across mesh methods © 2009 ANSYS. Inc.

42 ANSYS. Inc. Inc. All rights reserved.Advanced Size Function • Advanced size functions added for explicit control for: – – – – – – Curvature Normal Angle Number of cells in a thin gap Minimum Size Maximum Face Size Maximum Tet Size Growth Rate © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary .

Proprietary .Advanced Size Function • Standard Size Function • Advanced Size Function © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. All rights reserved. 43 ANSYS. Inc.

All rights reserved. 44 ANSYS.Advanced Size Function • Standard Size Function • Advanced Size Function © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. Inc. Proprietary .

Advanced Size Function • Standard Size Function • Advanced Size Function © 2009 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Proprietary . Inc. 45 ANSYS. Inc.

Advanced Size Function
• With curvature

• With curvature and proximity (5 cells i gap) t d i it ll in )

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Scoped Sizes

• Scoped size controls:
– Edge – Face – Body

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Body of Influence

• Bodies can be used to define a region of influence

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Inc. Proprietary . Inc.Interface/Contact Modeling of Parts • There are several techniques to model the common faces between parts – As parts – As multibody part with common nodes – As multibody part with duplicated nodes • Shared/matched face(s) • Shared/matched edge(s) © 2009 ANSYS. 49 ANSYS. All rights reserved.

Interface/Contact Modeling of Parts • There are several techniques to model the q common faces between parts 2 faces – As parts p – As multibody part with common nodes 1 face – As multibody part with duplicated nodes 2 faces • Shared/matched face(s) • Shared/matched edge(s) © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary . All rights reserved. Inc. 50 ANSYS. Inc.

51 ANSYS. Inc. Proprietary . All rights reserved. Inc.Interface/Contact Modeling of Parts • As Parts: – 2 Faces at contact region – Parts meshed separately © 2009 ANSYS.

52 ANSYS. All rights reserved. since parts contacts share common face – Multibody part meshed as a whole DM Attribute © 2009 ANSYS.Interface/Contact Modeling of Parts • As Multibody part: – No contacts. Inc. Inc. Proprietary .

53 ANSYS. Inc. since each body has a face – Multibody part meshed as a whole DM Attribute © 2009 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Proprietary .Interface/Contact Modeling of Parts • As Multibody p ( y part (w/Imprints): p ) – Contacts. Inc.

All rights reserved. Inc. user can choose appropriate option • U i th i Using the imprint option i a multibody part i t ti in ltib d t ensures a common interface between 2 parts option. Proprietary . • If using Imprint option there are a few controls to keep in mind: – Contact sizing g – Match control: Arbitrary – Patch independent option: Match mesh where possible © 2009 ANSYS. 54 ANSYS.Interface/Contact Modeling of Parts • Depending on how the user wants the interface p g modeled/meshed between two bodies. Inc.

Inc. All rights reserved. Inc. Proprietary .Interface/Contact Modeling of Parts • Contact Sizing – Drag and Drop Contact Region into Mesh folder – Influences the mesh sizing between parts Mesh isn’t always coincident © 2009 ANSYS. 55 ANSYS.

Inc.Interface/Contact Modeling of Parts • Match Control: Arbitrary y – Enforces same node spacing based off common topology between p p gy parts Undesired penetration of individual parts Desired coincident nodes with multi-body part using IMPRINT method and Match M h control l © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. 56 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Proprietary .

All rights reserved. Inc. Inc. 57 ANSYS.Interface/Contact Modeling of Parts • Patch Independent option: Match mesh where p p possible – If “yes” software will try to enforce common y y nodes between common faces of a multibody(imprint) part – If “no” software will not try to enforce common nodes between common faces of b t f f a multibody(imprint) part © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary .

Inc. 58 ANSYS. Inc. Proprietary . All rights reserved.Meshing Improvements © 2009 ANSYS.

Surface Meshing • Improved surface mesh quality – Eliminate poor-quality mesh clusters – Improved curvature based refinement controls • 2D inflation controls – 2D Planar models – Shell models • Respect new sizing controls • Improved auto-blocker robustness/consistency © 2009 ANSYS. 59 ANSYS. Proprietary . Inc. Inc. All rights reserved.

0 ANSYS 12.Meshing Update More uniform surface mesh: ANSYS 11. Inc.0 © 2009 ANSYS. 60 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Proprietary . Inc.

Inc. All rights reserved. 61 ANSYS.Meshing Update More uniform surface mesh: ANSYS 11.0 © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary . Inc.0 ANSYS 12.

Inc.Meshing Update More uniform surface mesh: ANSYS 12.0 © 2009 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Proprietary .0 12 0 ANSYS 11. Inc. 62 ANSYS.

All rights reserved. Inc. Proprietary .2D Inflation Controls • 2D planar model © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. 63 ANSYS.

Proprietary .2D Inflation Controls • 2D shell model © 2009 ANSYS. All rights reserved. 64 ANSYS. Inc. Inc.

65 ANSYS. Proprietary . Inc. All rights reserved. Inc.Tetrahedral Meshing • Mix and Match Tetrahedral and Sweep methods • TGrid Tetra AFT meshing method for CFD p patch independent robustness p • Improved p • Improved consistency of controls © 2009 ANSYS.

Inc.Combination of Methods Mapped bodies © 2009 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Proprietary . Inc. 66 ANSYS.

0 © 2009 ANSYS. Inc.Tetrahedral Meshing ANSYS 11. All rights reserved.0 67 ANSYS. Inc. ANSYS 12. Proprietary .

Proprietary . post inflation •S Sweeping – Pure hex or wedge © 2009 ANSYS. 68 ANSYS. Inc. Inc. All rights reserved.Inflation • Multibody part handling • Smooth transition • Collision avoidance – St i t Stair-stepping i – Layer compression – Examples • Preview inflation • Pre vs.

Inflation: Multibody Parts Mapped bodies © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. Inc. 69 ANSYS. Proprietary . All rights reserved.

Smooth Transition • Smooth transition option added to provide layer by layer smoothing to achieve good transition to tet mesh • Transition ratio controls inflation to tet transition CFX Default FLUENT Default © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary . 70 ANSYS. Inc. Inc. All rights reserved.

Inc. Proprietary . Inc. Compression p Layer Compression Stair-stepping © 2009 ANSYS. All rights reserved.Inflation: Stair-stepping vs. 71 ANSYS.

Inflation: Stair-stepping vs. Proprietary . All rights reserved. Compression p Layer Compression Stair-stepping © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. 72 ANSYS. Inc.

Inc. although compression was req ested place altho gh as requested Between multi-body parts Local stair-stepping Resolve by adding inflation on interior faces © 2009 ANSYS. 73 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Proprietary .Examples of Inflation • There are situations when stair-stepping is locally taking place. Inc.

74 ANSYS. Inc. All rights reserved. although compression was req ested place altho gh as requested In Sharp Corners Local stair-stepping Resolve by rounding the sharp edge © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary .Examples of Inflation • There are situations when stair-stepping is locally taking place. Inc.

Inc.Preview Inflation • Inflation preview added to help identify possible problems with inflation © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary . Inc. 75 ANSYS. All rights reserved.

All rights reserved.Inflation on Swept Bodies • Swept method requirements for inflation – The swept method must be assigned to the body • Similar bodies can be assigned in one control – Source face has to be assigned to the swept body • Inflation – The inflation is assigned to a Face with corresponding g p g edges as Boundaries – The Face must be the source face of the swept method – First and Total height algorithms are available • Smooth transition is not available © 2009 ANSYS. 76 ANSYS. Inc. Proprietary . Inc.

Proprietary . Inc.Inflation on Swept Bodies © 2009 ANSYS. 77 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Inc.

78 ANSYS.Hex Meshing • In Workbench there are several methods for hex meshing: – Default Sweep – Thin Sweep – Hex Dominant – MultiZone © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary . All rights reserved. Inc. Inc.

Hex Meshing Improvements • ANSYS 12. Inc. quad/tri. Inc. 79 ANSYS. Proprietary . All rights reserved. tri – Thin Sweep • Support for body level (multibody parts) • Multiple elements through thickness for parts – MultiZone • New option that extends all hex or hex dominant meshing to more complex parts © 2009 ANSYS.0 brings the following improvements – Default Sweep • Improved inflation • More control over mesh type: quad.

80 ANSYS. Inc. All rights reserved.Sweep: Inflation • Inflation with sweeping generates a hex mesh © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. Proprietary .

All rights reserved. Inc. Inc.Sweep: Face Mesh Type • Option for free face mesh type in sweep © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary . 81 ANSYS.

Inc. 82 ANSYS. Proprietary . Inc.Thin Solid Sweep Meshing • Improved robustness p • Works at body level with other methods Thin Sweep General Sweep © 2009 ANSYS. All rights reserved.

83 ANSYS. Inc. All rights reserved. Inc. Proprietary .Thin Solid Sweep Meshing • Multiple elements through thickness for i l body f single b d parts t © 2009 ANSYS.

Proprietary . Inc.Thin Solid Sweep Meshing • Multibody part meshing © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. All rights reserved. 84 ANSYS.

Proprietary . All rights reserved. Inc. Inc. 85 ANSYS.Swept Meshing: MultiZone • MultiZone sweep meshing p g – Automatic geometry decomposition – Multiple/single source/target – Mapped/Free meshing – Inflation © 2009 ANSYS.

86 ANSYS. this part would have to be sliced into 5 bodies to get a pure hex mesh © 2009 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Inc. Inc. Proprietary .MultiZone • Automatic geometry decomposition – With the sweep method.

87 ANSYS.MultiZone • Automatic geometry decomposition – With MultiZone. Inc. All rights reserved. © 2009 ANSYS. this can be meshed with pure hex mesh without any geometry decomposition. Inc. Proprietary .

Proprietary . All rights reserved.MultiZone • Multiple source imprinting – Imprints from multiple sources and cross sections can be swept © 2009 ANSYS. 88 ANSYS. Inc. Inc.

Proprietary . 89 ANSYS. Inc. Inc. All rights reserved.MultiZone • Multi-source/multi-directional imprinting © 2009 ANSYS.

All rights reserved. © 2009 ANSYS. Inc. 90 ANSYS.MultiZone • Multibody part handling – Multiple parts are meshed with conformal mesh at shared interface. Inc. Proprietary .

Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary .MultiZone: Multiple Zones • Free decomposition – Face topology is used to construct solid regions or blocks. Inc. 91 ANSYS. Each block can be swept independently provided the mesh is conformal. conformal © 2009 ANSYS.

Proprietary . and free mesh everywhere else. © 2009 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Inc. without slicing. MultiZone can be used to get a hex mesh where possible. 92 ANSYS. Inc.MultiZone: Free Decomposition • Using Free Mesh Type.

Inc. 93 ANSYS. All rights reserved. Proprietary .MultiZone: Free Decomposition • MultiZone unstructured/free regions can be filled with: Free Mesh Type = Tetra Free Mesh Type = Hexa Dominant Free Mesh Type = Hexa Core © 2009 ANSYS. Inc.

MultiZone with Inflation • MultiZone with inflation

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MultiZone with Inflation • MultiZone with inflation and free blocks

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Mesh Metrics • Mesh metrics added
– Mesh level, part level and body level

• W t element display Worst l t di l

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All rights reserved. Inc. Inc. 97 ANSYS.Performance & Data-Integration Improvements p • Performance Improvements – Multibody part mesh memory utilization & speed improved – G General memory reduction and speed i l d ti d d improvements t • Improved Data-Integration – – – – Named S l ti N d Selections stored t ACMO f use i CFX P t d to for in CFX-Pre Fluent output improved CGNS output added Write ICEM CFD Files option for easier transfer to ANSYS ICEM CFD © 2009 ANSYS. Proprietary .

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