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FAQ 002525 EN-US 02/27/2019

Markus Baumgärtel General RFEM

Is it possible to obtain a radial mesh compaction with an angular basic geometry?

Answer

The network compression has been adapted in the course of the versions. This is currently being adapted to the geometry. If, for example, you have a square basic geometry, then the compaction is applied angularly. On the other hand, if it is a round basic geometry, then the compression is also aligned radially.

In order to radially network a partial area in an angular basic geometry, one would have to insert a circular opening into the angular basic geometry and close it again with a circular area (see Figure 1).

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