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Old   April 30, 2013, 06:32
Default Meshing of a fluidized bed with a central jet
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I am trying to mesh a 2D rectangular geometry of width 0.3m and height 1m equipped with a central jet of width 0.015m using GAMBIT with uniform quadrilateral mesh 5mm in both horizontal and vertical direction. See the figure attached. I manage to mesh the edges successfully but when I try to mesh the face I receive an error message saying "number of meshed edges of face does not allow using a scheme of map."
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I don't see any picture.
Anyway, the message you got, explains you that you are trying to mesh a face with quads which opposite edges don't have same interval count
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Hi max sorry here it isdpatil.PNG.
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mAx the geometry has same number of intervals on opposite edges as I am using 5mm interval in both X and Y direction. Here is the geometry from GAMBITmesh.PNG.
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delete all upper edges mesh (only the top of your rectangle will be free from mesh), and let Gambit mesh them automatically.
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mAx the geometry has same number of intervals on opposite edges as I am using 5mm interval in both X and Y direction. Here is the geometry from GAMBITAttachment 21316.
If it does not work, mesh each edge with interval count and not interval size, then check that the face has only 4 end-vertices, not less not more.

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