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June 6, 2022 at 10:33 amFAQParticipant
To work with baffles in ANSYS Spaceclaim Direct Modeler, Volume bodies and Surface Bodies have to be generated/moved in 2 different components at the upper level. To imprint the baffles on the volume bodies, the Share topology option has to be set to Merge between the 2 main components. Example: Design (-> Share Topology : Merge) – Component1 (-> Share Topology : Share) -> Volume Bodies – Component2 (-> Share Topology : None ) -> Surface Bodies
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