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Bido14 September 26, 2013 06:04

Meshing a room
 
I have a room ( Fire Compartment ) that is (2 x 2 x 2)m , it has four windows on the side walls, and a circular fuel inlet ( 18 mm diameter) in the center of the floor (Bottom).

what is the best way to mesh it?

100 or 50 mm grid size is preferred

-mAx- September 26, 2013 08:39

post pictures please

Bido14 September 29, 2013 09:24

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You can find attached a photo for the room ( 2x2x2 m) with 4 windows each (125 x 500 mm) , the fuel inlet is a circle at the bottom of diameter 18 mm or cm.

I need to ignite a stable fire from methane, and i am not sure of the mesh size or fuel size, Please help

-mAx- September 30, 2013 02:13

if you don't need full hexa mesh, I would mesh it with tetra-hexcore and you can assign a size function in your inlet area.
Thus you need at least 8-10 cellls in your inlet diameter.


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