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Maralady October 22, 2012 23:58

Help with twin screw pump geometry
 
Hello i am going to work in the simulation of a twin screw pump, so far i have the geometry done but i have no idea how to import the geometry to fluent there is any advice? Any help will be appreciated and if you need it i can upload some pictures of the geometry.

diamondx October 23, 2012 20:30

you know you have to mesh before importing geometry to fluent right ??

Maralady October 24, 2012 18:11

No didnt know that thx for that, i have to mesh in icem or i have other options?

diamondx October 24, 2012 18:20

it depends on what kind of mesh you want and how complex is your geometry.
you can use ansys meshing for a fast tetra mesh generation or icem cfd, icem is more suitable you want a better control over your mesh like hexa mesh...


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