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Old   March 6, 2013, 11:31
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Hey guys

This is wing -body -tail blocking. What is your idea about this topology strategy.
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Old   March 6, 2013, 11:55
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In this model tip of wing and tail are straight instead of circular.
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Here's my best effort in limited time.

Defiantly needs some nodes moved around, edge sizing, and a bit of smoothing.

I could do that for you, but you would have to pay extra for that
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P.S. The TE of your Vertical Stabilizer was a bit degenerate, I had to fix it before blocking

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Old   March 8, 2013, 04:01
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Excellent.

When we define ORFN?
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Sorry Far, I don't understand what you mean. VORFN is automatically ceeated
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Yes you are correct. But in your model I can see both VORFN and ORFN.
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By looking on your blocking, I feel a LEAP forward in my thinking process to deal with blocking.
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P.S. The TE of your Vertical Stabilizer was a bit degenerate, I had to fix it before blocking

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Dear Sir,

The mesh you have created looks so simple and excellent. Can you please tell me the methodology you have used. We want to learn ICEM CFD. But we get cold-footed for any complex geometry. Please if you can help.

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I thinks it is the best idea
Skewness > 0.3 or 0.35


In my Idea each u have better size function U have better Skewness
that it is Clear.

My Block Consist Just Two O GRID!!!
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