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Meshing techniques with AcuConsole

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Dear experts,

 

I want to mesh the geometry with AcuConsole according to the picture below (4 different layers):

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The size in the x and y direction is several times larger than that in the z direction, lets say 1 m * 1 m * 0.003 m (x * y * z). I defined the absolute mesh size as 10 mm. Abviously, this leads to only one element per volume in z-direction.

 

Now to my questions: Which is the best setting to get at least 3 elements per height in z direction in the entire volume of one part (i.e. via different Volume Mesh Attributes for different volumes or by appliying a value for the Surface Mesh Proximity Level)?

 

Thanks in advance!

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Your best bet in AcuConsole is extrusion meshing.  Extrusion is defined within a single volume at a time, so you'll have several extrusion definitions.  Yellow1 > Yellow2.  Green1 > Green2.  Pink1 > Pink2.  Etc.  You can define the number of layers for each extrusion definition.

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