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Old   June 28, 2012, 04:33
Default Combining strucutred grid and unstructured grid
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I am trying to mesh a half wing in 3 dimensions. I have a boundary layer trip along the whole span at a distance of 0.5 feet from the leading edge. The thickness of the trip is very small and hence blocking is difficult for me. I was wondering whether there is any way to generate a structured grid for the whole wing portion and do a unstructured grid for the trip portion alone and combine the two meshes into a single mesh.
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