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sut October 19, 2012 05:49

generating mesh in icem cfd for conjugate analysis
 
hi
iam very new to icem cfd.i have a step file of hollow turbine blade.i want to generate an mesh for conjugate heat transfer analysis .how can i do that? can anybody tell me the detailed steps.
any help would be deeply appreciated.

Regards
sushil

aeroboy October 19, 2012 16:27

do you want to generate hex mesh or tetra + prism ??

sut October 21, 2012 23:23

i want to do it in hex mesh.

energy382 October 22, 2012 05:31

Quote:

Originally Posted by sut (Post 387806)
i want to do it in hex mesh.

first of all: you need a VERY GOOD mesh. y+ < 1 is absolutely mandatory! (as you investigate heat transfer within boundary layer). there's a y+ calculator somewhere in the forum, where you can calculate your first cell height.

do you have any experience with ansys cfx?! if not, i would highly suggest to read user guide and solver guide first!

so, do you use a complete turbine stage or just a single turbine blade?

if you use a single turbine blade, it's always a problem to determine accurate boundary conditions


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