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rgd December 24, 2012 06:29

Cyclone in ANSYS 14
I've started learning fluent a couple of months ago (using gambit and all)
but things started to go wrong & people advised me to start using ANSYS 14.
So, I'm totally new to ANSYS 14, and I'm trying to model a cyclone (cylinder attached to a conical frustum), but I have no idea where to start the frustum.
The old Fluent had a geometry command for it.

nabaen December 25, 2012 03:08

I am modeling a cyclone too with Ansys 14(Fluent). Definition of mesh is not different .You can use one of Ansys part like ICEM ,or you can install Gambit and make your mesh and use this mesh for modeling in Fluent 14.It is exactly that I have done.Beacuse I am not familiar with ICEM .

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