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cfd seeker October 18, 2012 03:27

Is this blocking correct?
 
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I blocked a very easy geometry 2D Flate plate inclined at 70 deg AOA for someone. After doing the blocking I put the O-grid around the plate and end up whats is attached in the post. Min quality is 0.8 which is very good but I am not sure about the associations and Ogrid in the neighbor hood of y-block. Kindly look at blocking and tell me if this is correct or how you would do it? Thanks
Regards

energy382 October 18, 2012 06:44

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Originally Posted by cfd seeker (Post 387245)
I blocked a very easy geometry 2D Flate plate inclined at 70 deg AOA for someone. After doing the blocking I put the O-grid around the plate and end up whats is attached in the post. Min quality is 0.8 which is very good but I am not sure about the associations and Ogrid in the neighbor hood of y-block. Kindly look at blocking and tell me if this is correct or how you would do it? Thanks
Regards

not sure, if I get your point exactly. But if you want to simulate a straight flow around a inclined plate, you don't need any o-grids or y-grids. I've attached blocking. You can adjust boundary layer etc. with edge params.

sorry, if I get you wrong. please give a feedback

cfd seeker October 19, 2012 01:33

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Originally Posted by energy382 (Post 387297)
not sure, if I get your point exactly. But if you want to simulate a straight flow around a inclined plate, you don't need any o-grids or y-grids. I've attached blocking. You can adjust boundary layer etc. with edge params.

sorry, if I get you wrong. please give a feedback

Thanks for your effort but what do you mean by straight flow?

nitinbansal184 October 19, 2012 02:03

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Thanks for your effort but what do you mean by straight flow?

attaching newly meshed 2d plate

cfd seeker October 19, 2012 10:08

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Originally Posted by energy382 (Post 387297)
not sure, if I get your point exactly. But if you want to simulate a straight flow around a inclined plate, you don't need any o-grids or y-grids. I've attached blocking. You can adjust boundary layer etc. with edge params.

sorry, if I get you wrong. please give a feedback

really a great and simple blocking topology but can you explain how you did it? The only confusion is how you did tilted cuts? :confused: I only how to make vertical and horizontal cuts in ICEM :o

Far October 19, 2012 11:54

cfd seeker Blocking done by energy382 and nitin are similar. When you make the association the blocking changes its shape according to geometry.

cfd seeker October 19, 2012 12:26

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Originally Posted by Far (Post 387531)
cfd seeker Blocking done by energy382 and nitin are similar. When you make the association the blocking changes its shape according to geometry.

Thanks. Can you tell me how many cuts we have to make initially and at what locations according to the blocking of energy?

Far October 19, 2012 12:29

two horizontal and two vertical cuts

nitinbansal184 October 20, 2012 08:42

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Originally Posted by cfd seeker (Post 387535)
Thanks. Can you tell me how many cuts we have to make initially and at what locations according to the blocking of energy?

Most probably I will publish some videos or some images about blocking procedure.......
Check it on Sunday


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