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Old   May 31, 2012, 04:43
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hi guys,

I have a geometry to mesh..the geometry is axial fan. and i have to mesh by using ICEM. but i dont know yet how the blocking strategy is. the fan has 9 blade. could anyone help me?
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sure. It can be done very easily. I did it couple of times.
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sure. It can be done very easily. I did it couple of times.
hmm..yeah..but im new in this topic actually..I just started to learn ICEM CFD a couple week ago. i never do it before this why im asking maybe you can let me know the step or any tutorial about that..thanks you b4
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I can tell after looking at pics and geometry files
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I can tell after looking at pics and geometry files
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blades are very close to each other at hub. is this real or still you have to remove the fillets?
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blades are very close to each other at hub. is this real or still you have to remove the fillets?
hmm..actually i just got the geometry from my supervisor then he asked me to mesh it..it must be real
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I cannot put the periodic plan in that gap at the hub, let alone mesh it



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could you please let me know the strategy of blocking for the geometry? at least i know the idea what should i do even i have to do something for the geometry
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do you have any tutorial that related to axial fan meshing? please
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I cannot put the periodic plan in that gap at the hub, let alone mesh it



Does any one has an idea how to handle such a close gap in ICEM? Can we the only single blade or we have to mesh full rotor due to geometric features?
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