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Meshing Part II - Shells & Beams - ANSYS e-Learning
The different meshers available within the ANSYS Workbench Environment can be used to create elements for various analysis disciplines and also represent spatially and geometrically different bodies. The focus of this e-Learning is specific to 3D meshing of line and surface bodies. This session addresses several common questions, including:
- How do you handle the connections between beams and shells?
- How can disconnected surface body meshes be connected together at the mesher level?
- How do you account for shell section offsets?
CAE Associates' Project Manager Eric Stamper uses ANSYS Workbench meshing interface to demonstrate capabilities that allow the user to quickly and easily obtain a mesh without having to spend a large amount of time preparing the geometry.
The complete library of ANSYS e-Learning series recordings is available for viewing via CAE Associates YouTube Channel.
This session is a recording of a live presentation. Please note that you cannot obtain a PE credit by viewing this recording.
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