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May 29, 2022 at 8:38 amgaf75SubscriberHow do I apply symmetry for AQWA model in spaceclaim?
May 31, 2022 at 8:48 amIngrid MacheclerAnsys EmployeeGood morning In Aqwa, you can work with a half or a quarter of your model. In the former, you only have a symmetry about the X or Y-axis. In the latter, you have both X and Y-symmetries.
If you already have a model loaded in the Aqwa editor (you probably used the "Insert from Aqwa Model Data File" functionality, you won't be able to edit it back in SpaceClaim as the displayed geometry and mesh are based on the nodes and elements defined in your DAT file.
I hope this help.
Kind regards Ingrid
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