May 3, 2018 at 5:38 pmMicolSubscriber
I am trying to import ansys male body model. Does anybody know if there's a way to import the whole body together with the internal structures at once, instead of importing one structure at a time? I'd also like to know how to assign the proper material to each structure and if the model has a detailed representation of the peripheral nervous system. And last, after the body's been imported, is there a way to select only a part of it to conduct the simulation, such as an arm, for example?
Thank you very much.
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