ICEM CFD meshing for a complex geometry
I'm a complete beginner in ICEM CFD and I would like some help. I have basically created a heat exchanger model in SolidWorks which I then imported to ICEM CFD to mesh. There are basically 21 rectangular channels which I successfully meshed. I have left triangular gaps in between the channels as you can see in the image, which I plan to mesh later. I have also meshed the outer boundary which is basically like a disk.
I'm finding it difficult to mesh the outlet and inlet basically. I modeled the outlet just like the 3d pipe junction in the tutorial so I could learn from the example, but it's not meshing it right, I think its because of the interface.
The inlet is basically a cylinder, but Im unable to mesh it properly too, possibly because of the interface at the other end of the inlet.
I would appreciate guidance on how to go about this, because I'm a complete beginner and I've been trying this for weeks without any results.
Thanks in advance
can someone please help me? I'd really really really appreciate it.
You need to setup the blocks for each part of the junction then create an o-grid on the faces which represent circles.
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