I have been very confused trying to quickly find what meshes are available in a project and in quickly viewing their meshing logs using the new WB.
Here are my issues:
- It looks to me like there is no longer a way to see all available meshes, for all geometries, in a project, in one place. Is this true?
- Without interfering with existing simulations and their currently selected geometries, meshes and parameters (which is very important since there is no way to reset the simulation setup if you inadvertently modify an item of its setup) , it looks like I would have to actually select each of the projects geometries and create a new simulation for them, at which point I get a dropdown list under ‘Mesh’ where I can find all existing meshes for that geometry. From that list I can select a mesh, say Yes to use it for the simulation and this is where I can actually see its meshing log, phew!!!
- So if there are 5 geometries in a project and say 4 meshes for each, I would have to create 20 simulations as per Item 2, just so I can quickly view the meshing logs for the meshes available to the project.
I really do not see how this new WB is an advancement in how to manage our meshes, especially since our meshes are so important in achieving good, reliable results.
I hope there is an easier way to see meshing logs without the chance of upsetting existing simulation setups.
Am I missing something?