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Smaras August 9, 2013 04:54

Help in Meshing (Tetra or Hexa)
 
Hello All,

Need some help i am trying to mesh this geometry. And need some help regarding the meshing. Whether to use tetra or hexa......

I have tried tetra with all tri but having problem in fluent. I think there is some problem with my meshing.

Would be thankful for your advise

Thanks
Smaras


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cfd seeker August 10, 2013 03:34

Can you share your geometry file, after looking at your geometry I can suggest you some blocking strategy

Smaras August 12, 2013 04:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by cfd seeker (Post 444816)
Can you share your geometry file, after looking at your geometry I can suggest you some blocking strategy

Hello CFD Seeker,

thanks for the reply. Please find attach the link for the file

https://www.dropbox.com/s/fkb9tuwyg7b2frr/eaf-2.zip

Would be looking forward for your help.

Thanks
Smaras

cfd seeker August 13, 2013 14:46

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I spent some time to block your geometry. It was a bit difficult one but when I was about to give some finishing touches to the blocking, I found some intersecting and unusual surfaces in your geometry which I guess is not the representation of actual scenario. I am attaching some figures of those curves and surfaces, kindly tell me it is some problem in the geometry or does you geometry really look like this.

Thanks

Smaras August 27, 2013 03:37

Quote:

Originally Posted by cfd seeker (Post 445519)
I spent some time to block your geometry. It was a bit difficult one but when I was about to give some finishing touches to the blocking, I found some intersecting and unusual surfaces in your geometry which I guess is not the representation of actual scenario. I am attaching some figures of those curves and surfaces, kindly tell me it is some problem in the geometry or does you geometry really look like this.

Thanks


Thanks CFD seeker,

I am sorry for such a late reply as i was busy with my exams and last week became ill. That's why wasn't able to come online.

As for the query, i too had this problem but when i asked my supervisor he said the following intersection and curves may have been formed while exporting from ProE. Can it be solved in ICEM or do i have to redo it?

Thanks once again

cfd seeker August 28, 2013 04:42

Came back with corrected geometry please !!!


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