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Hi people My ANSYS-Computational-Fluid-Dynamics lecturer in the university has asked my class a question: "Why refining a mesh can improve the accuracy of a simulation" All the students have a day to think about this. I sort of know why this is happening but I like to have a super dooper answer to impress everyone. Any suggestions? Thanks
I want to achieve exactly the same thing as shown in this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hlLIkXxIxk&feature=related I did as instructed and confirmed that I want to transform it to a mesh. But as I proceed and push the Smooth Object button, I receive the following message: ‘A smooth mesh cannot be created from at least one of the selected objects. Smooth meshes can be created only from 3D solids, 3D surfaces, 3D faces, polygon meshes, polyface meshes, regions, and closed polylines.’ Any ideas, which step I ignored?
I have been working with solidworks over a year now but have not had to do any meshing or anything like that if anyone has a good starter or tutorial that will allow me to really get into this. I have used similar things like this in Nx7 when i was in school. I currently do not use this for my job but would like to learn.