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anis
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Hello, I've just started learning Hypermesh this month and I am currently having problem when I did my 3D Meshing. The status bar said that there are no enclosed volume. Can someone teach me how to enclose volume? Really appreciate it.

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Hi @anis

This will be a good place to start if you want a hex mesh. If you just want a tet mesh you will need an enclosed solid, meaning that there are no openings. What you are currently showing are surfaces. You will need to first enclose all of the openings using Geom -> Surfaces -> Spline. Once everything is enclose you can go to Solids -> Boundary Surfaces and select all you surfaces which will make 1 large solid. You should then be able to perform a tetrahedral mesh like you are showing. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_ytteH9vug

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@negativevolume thank you sir! This is very helpful since I have zero knowledge in this studies. I’ll to get to it later. Thank you!

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