When using ANSYS ICEM CFD to generate a tet/prism mesh, how can I create a mesh with different parts on each side of an internal wall?
March 17, 2023 at 8:58 amFAQParticipant
The following procedure can be used to create different parts for each side of an internal wall: – Put any internal walls into their own part family – In the ‘Mesh size for parts’ form, enable the ‘internal wall’ option but NOT the ‘split’ option. – Generate the mesh. – Split the wall manually at the required internal wall(s), by selecting: ‘Edit Mesh > Split Mesh > Split Internal Wall’ and choosing the required internal wall parts. One side of the internal wall will retain the original part name (e.g. WALL1) and the other side is assigned to a new part which is the original part name with _BACK appended (e.g. WALL1_BACK). NOTE: Enabling the ‘split’ option for the internal walls will create two sets of nodes as above, but results in the same part family being assigned on each side of the internal wall.
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