|July 25, 2015, 21:53||
Delauney volume mesh going wrong
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I am creating a mesh for a blade that is placed in a domain. The blade has a trailing edge with a small thickness. I am trying to create my volume mesh by first creating a patch dependent surface mesh and then using a Delauney volume mesh over this.
I have obtained my patch dependent surface mesh as shown in Figure 1. However, when I create my Delauney volume mesh over this, the volume mesh forms incorrectly and goes outside the domain.
I made sure that when the fluid-material point is being created, it is outside the blade and inside the domain. I have attached Figure 2 to indicate the wrong volume mesh.
I have also made sure to delete the common surface that was present between the blade and the symmetry surface of the domain.
Could anybody please tell me how I can go about to correct this.
|delauney volume mesh, unstructured mesh, wrong volume mesh|
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