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The following faces have high order NURBS surfaces. These may take longer than usual to mesh.

    • Adisa
      Subscriber

      Hi, I get these errors:


      The following faces have high order NURBS surfaces. These may take longer than usual to mesh.


      One or more surfaces or surface boundaries might not be oriented correctly.


      What it means and how to solve the errors.


      Thank in regards.

    • peteroznewman
      Subscriber

      Hi Adisa,


      Are they errors or warnings?


      If they are warnings, you might not need to do anything if the mesh looks correct.


      If you have the ability to flip a surface normal in your CAD system, you can edit the surface normals of adjacent surfaces to point in a common direction.


      Regards,


      Peter 

    • Adisa
      Subscriber

      Peter,


      I get the info: The following faces have high order NURBS surfaces. These may take longer than usual to mesh  when input geomtery.


      One or more surfaces or surface boundaries might not be oriented correctly is warnings.


      The mesh is correct. I was frightened that these thing can causes errors on results.


      Thank Peter.


       

    • Sandeep Medikonda
      Ansys Employee

      Adisa,


      If you see a warning stating that the surfaces are higher order NURBS, ignore it: it simply says that creating the mesh may take a while to generate, but I've never had to wait long.


      ~Sandeep

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