Large Models: Essential Meshing – Part 02

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Navigating the complexities of SUMO with extremely large models poses significant challenges. With an expanding number of elements comes increased analysis time and a subsequent rise in the effort required to rectify model errors. Among these complexities, meshing plane elements emerges as a primary contributor, amplifying both model intricacy and analysis duration.

In Part 02 of our series on navigating the complexities of SUMO modeling, we delve into the intricate intersections where walls meet slabs. These junctures often present significant challenges in meshing, contributing to the overall complexity of the model. By dissecting the correct approach to these intersections, we aim to demystify the meshing process, offering insights that streamline your SUMO simulations.

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