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Hello All,

 

I want to perform 2D mesh union operation of two set of overlapping elements. Below are the images for reference.

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Here,  both mesh A and B consist of 2nd order tria elems.  Mesh A is from an older FE model built in different pre-processsor (Abaqus CAE) and Mesh B was generated within HM.  The objective is to preserve mesh-A and stitch the extra mesh region present in the mesh B to it.

I have tried using the mesh Boolean operation, but did not get any solution. Not sure if I am missing out something.

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So, is there a way to achieve this ?  I am open to tcl scripting as well.

 

 

Thanks,

Roshan

 

 

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52 minutes ago, Q.Nguyen-Dai said:

The operation can be done manually.

Manual operation is fine for simple examples like the one stated above. But, for a real models it becomes very tedious and time-consuming (too many faces to deal with). Hence, looking for a direct option like mesh-boolean

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