Ansys Meshing – Fine Mesh

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April 6, 2020


Source: Ansys

Available when Use Adaptive Sizing is set to Yes, the Resolution option controls the mesh distribution. The default setting is Program Controlled. The range of values that can be set is 0 to 7, with the mesh resolution changing from coarse (0) to fine (7).

A value of -1 will set the Resolution to the default value set for Adaptive Resolution in the Options dialog box.

If Adaptive Resolution is set to Program Controlled, the default value is 4 when the Physics Preference is Electromagnetics or Explicit. For all other Physics Preference, the default value is 2.

If Adaptive Resolution is explicitly set in the Options dialog box (0-7), the value set will be used as default.

If you set the Resolution explicitly, the set value will be retained.

For databases from previous releases (prior to Release 2020 R1), the Resolution will be explicitly set to a value which is not the default.

For new databases, if Resolution is set to Default and the Adaptive Resolution in the Options dialog box is different than it was when the database was saved, the new value will be used instead.

In this first tutorial, you will learn to generate a fine mesh of a geometry using Ansys Meshing.


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