|July 23, 2012, 20:55||
Symmetric mesh using gambit
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I am trying to create a symmetric 2D mesh using GAMBIT.
how can i do that?
|July 24, 2012, 10:39||
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I'm not sure I understand your question... Symmetric? Axisymmetric? Periodic?
Anyway, to model a 2D case you just have to mesh faces in Gambit. Be careful to stay on the XY plane. If you're talking AXI symmetric, then X=0 is the axis of symmetry and your faces have to be in the X>0 region.
There are tutorials on this topic.
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