March 13, 2021 at 2:29 pmNLevSubscriberI am aware of the existence of the Rough Surface and the Rough Cylinder structures, however I am looking for a way to incorporate surface roughness onto the top of an elliptical cylinder. Generally speaking, what would it take to be able to achieve this kind of structure? Could there be a way to define a structure that is the intersection between a Rough Surface and a cylinder?n
March 16, 2021 at 2:05 amKyleAnsys EmployeenI don't think there is a built-in method for creating an elliptical cylinder with rough ends like this. I think you may have to build it out of overlapping objects with different mesh orders to define this shape. There is more information on how mesh orders work on this page:nn
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