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Old   August 7, 2014, 16:08
Default ICEM Prism interaction with multiple edges
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Hi,

I am generating a mesh which includes many internal 2-D Baffle surfaces. There are heat exchangers up against the baffles which need to be prismed.

I am having difficulty with ICEM terminating the prisms by stair stepping rather than terminating up against the baffle (resulting in quads). Is there a prism setting (or other setting, or surface orientation solution) which will allow the prism to terminate by colliding with the thin baffle?

The angles are all 90 degree so this should be fairly straightforward for ICEM to handle.

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Old   December 25, 2014, 07:54
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hello!
tell please, you solved this problem? If yes, that as?
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