AutoGEM Info Menu

Use this menu on the AutoGEM dialog box to review information about geometry and elements in your model. The menu contains these items:

• Model Summary—Display a report of all elements present in your model. This report appears in the Model Summary dialog box.

• Boundary Edges—Highlight all boundary edges. A boundary edge is an edge associated with only one shell and not associated with any solids. You can use this information to identify missing elements. If there are no boundary edges in your model, Creo Simulate informs you of this.

• Boundary Faces—Highlight all boundary faces—faces that belong to only one solid and are not associated with a surface. You can use this information to identify missing elements. If there are no boundary faces in your model, Creo Simulate informs you of this.

• Approximated Elements—Highlight the elements with approximated linear edges that AutoGEM has created to complete the mesh in the areas of your model where geometry problems exist. Because these elements can affect the accuracy of your analysis, you should review the areas of your model that contain approximated elements.

• Isolating Elements—Highlight the isolating elements in the model.

• AutoGEM Log—Open an AutoGEM log file, which contains information about the most recent AutoGEM session.