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Old   March 4, 2013, 06:09
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Hello,

is it possible to scale a mesh in ICEM CFD?

I have scaled up a geometry by factor 2 in CAD and want to use the mesh i used before for the smaller geometry just fitted to the ne bigger geometry.

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Yes it is possible. Which meshing type you are asking? hexa or tetra?
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It's a tetra mesh
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edit mesh - transform mesh - scale ...
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Yes it is possible. Which meshing type you are asking? hexa or tetra?
the function works for both of them, why you asked ?
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For Hexa I usually scale the blocks...
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i recomment doing this in the unsctructured level. so you don't have to associate...
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Thanks for the answers. Works perfectly
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