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Old   April 28, 2014, 20:35
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Hello people. I am using ICEM to mesh a T in both 2-D and 3-D. I am required to make the centre and close to the egdes more dense. I actually could do the one of the edges using the ratio and spacing functions but that of the centre remains an issue for me. please I need assistance. Kindly advice how to do this if you can or have any suggestions.
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Hello people. I am using ICEM to mesh a T in both 2-D and 3-D. I am required to make the centre and close to the egdes more dense. I actually could do the one of the edges using the ratio and spacing functions but that of the centre remains an issue for me. please I need assistance. Kindly advice how to do this if you can or have any suggestions.

Please I am still waiting for a possible solution. Thanks
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What do you mean by "the centre and close to the egdes "?
You want more density in the center of the T and on the edges?
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Old   May 1, 2014, 08:37
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with this function marked in the picture yellow you can choose points around the zone you want to have more density.
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Thanks Daniel. I will try to use them once more. My school is closed for the holiday so I will get back to you next week Monday. Thanks once again
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I have tried that and it did not work. The one I have problem with is make the centre to be more dense. I am able to do the one of the edges through the blocking strategy pre mesh functions.
Please anyone who can help should please.
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Old   May 7, 2014, 09:46
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with that simbole i market up there in the picture you are able to select several points around the zone you want to have more density... did you see that?
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Old   May 7, 2014, 09:47
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ah in the first place what kinda mesh you want? hexa or tetra?
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Hexa. Do i have to make a point at the centre? I mean a point at one end and another at the other end?
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a screenshot of your geometry would be helpful its a little hard to know what you exactly want
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