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kornengineer September 5, 2013 00:58

Please help me create surface and volume mesh
 
I just started studying CFD. I want simulation radiator cooling fan.

Please help me create mesh radiator cooling fan.If can show step by step It is very good.

create by Gambit, ICEM or Turbogrid One or the other.

file model.
http://zidofile.com/HUiVQ0

http://www.mediafire.com/?itjgooips9tm5zs

thanks you

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-mAx- September 5, 2013 04:27

*First import your file within Gambit
*Then what do you want to compute?

kornengineer September 5, 2013 06:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by -mAx- (Post 450011)
*First import your file within Gambit
*Then what do you want to compute?


I want compute flow rate, pressure rise. and compare experimental data.

-mAx- September 5, 2013 06:51

From your file there is only a fan.
You need to put it in a closed domain for being able to compute something.
For instance if you create a cylinder with same diameter than your fan, then you can substract your cylinder with your fan. This boolean operation generates the fluid domain comprised between your cylinder and your fan.
Hope you understand

kornengineer September 7, 2013 08:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by -mAx- (Post 450046)
From your file there is only a fan.
You need to put it in a closed domain for being able to compute something.
For instance if you create a cylinder with same diameter than your fan, then you can substract your cylinder with your fan. This boolean operation generates the fluid domain comprised between your cylinder and your fan.
Hope you understand



I do not seem to understand.
please explain step by step using picture.


thanks you.

-mAx- September 9, 2013 00:55

check from step 7
http://aerojet.engr.ucdavis.edu/gamb...m#create_brick


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