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ANSYS meshing does not start

    • AlperenKucukozkan
      Subscriber

      Hello


      I downloaded the last student version of Ansys and I am using Ansys Fluent,but whenever I click on meshing it says "Starting meshing"  and does not open meshing application.


      I have disabled my antivirus and firewall but nothing changed also downloaded several times and installed again yet result is still the same.My OS is Windows 10 home.


      Lastly,I realized that the application related to meshing looks properly working in the Task manager called"AnsysWBU.exe yet I can not open meshing.


      Edit


      Other than the meshing everything works fine.


       


      Thanks for the help.

    • Keyur Kanade
      Ansys Employee

      can you open geometry?


      can you open spaceclaim?


      is your geometry complex?


      there is limitation on no. of faces of geometry for student version. 


      please check 


      https://www.ansys.com/en-in/academic/free-student-products?utm_source=studentcommunity&utm_campaign=studentcommunity&utm_content=Studentproduct&utm_source=studentcommunity&utm_campaign=studentcommunity&utm_content=Studentproduct


      Regards,


      Keyur


       


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    • AlperenKucukozkan
      Subscriber

      I can open any other functions other than the meshing.


      I just used (tried) geometry with a just one simple plane,nothing complicated.

    • Keyur Kanade
      Ansys Employee

      what is geometry? is 2d or 3d?


      can you please open spaceclaim and insert image of the geometry here. 


       

    • AlperenKucukozkan
      Subscriber

      It doesnt matter what geometry I use.


      I tried with 2D ,meshing did not work.


      I tried with 3D ,meshing did not work.

    • Keyur Kanade
      Ansys Employee

      can you please open spaceclaim and insert image of the geometry here. 

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