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Old   July 15, 2012, 13:51
Question Ball Valve Meshing
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Hi Every body,

I have been using ICEM for a few months and now I need to mesh a ball valve at 50% opening but I have not been successful yet. The 100% opening was very easy (because essentially it became like a pipe with two steps in the middle as the inlet and outlet of the ball) but at 50% opening it became near impossible for me because of the rotation of the ball and the Gasket it was in.

I was wondering if anyone has any idea on how to approach this in ICEM or had a similar problem?

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Old   July 16, 2012, 03:55
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Post pictures or .tin file, it would be easier to help you !
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