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swsMeshType_e Enumeration

Mesh types

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Public Enum swsMeshType_e 
   Inherits System.Enum
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As swsMeshType_e
public enum swsMeshType_e : System.Enum 
public enum class swsMeshType_e : public System.Enum 


swsMeshTypeBeam4 = Beam mesh; supported for static, frequency, and buckling studies only
swsMeshTypeMidSurface1 = Shell using mid-surface; supported for part documents with simple geometry
swsMeshTypeMixed3 = Mixed mesh; mixed solids, shells, and beams are supported for static, frequency, and buckling studies; nonlinear, thermal, and linear dynamic studies support mixed meshes with solids and shells only (no beams)
swsMeshTypeSolid0 = Solid mesh
swsMeshTypeSurfaces2 = Shell mesh using surfaces; supported for parts and assemblies

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