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Santiago January 30, 2013 17:50

Surface Hybrid Mesh with Hexahedral interior Volume. Possible?
 
Hi all,

This is my inquiry:

Let us say you have one volume represented by six faces. Two opposing faces are "all quads/Patch dependant" meshes. The rest are structured meshes "All quads/Autoblock". Can it be possible to fill up this volume with only hexahedrons?
My intent here is to reduce the number of nodes in the span-wise direction in a specific part of the domain, by cutting and modifying a chunk of the domain and then re-merging this modyfied part with the rest.


Thanks in advance

Far January 30, 2013 22:39

Try multizone meshing of ICEM V 14.5

Santiago January 31, 2013 10:19

Unfortunately, I don't think I have access to that version of ICEM. I'll have to ask the IT guys about that.


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