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Old   February 24, 2014, 21:37
Default How to edit the existing mesh?
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Hello Everyone,

I have generated a 3d mesh of rectangular block of 15*15*7.5 m3 in ICEM CFD. Now I would like to change the dimensions of it to 1.04*0.66*0.66 m3. For this do I need to redo my entire meshing or I can just change the dimensions and do it.

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Old   February 27, 2014, 17:14
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You could use the scale features in icem. It's possible to scale geometry entities, the blocking and also elements itself. But this might not be very elegant.

Try recording a replay script. Then you could change the dimensions in this script and have the mesh the same way you created for different dimensions.

Well, for a simple rectangular block... if you only have to redo it once, restarting from scratch doesn't need much effort either.
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