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Old   March 19, 2016, 16:40
Default Should i mesh the periodic or symmetrical part of hub ?
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Actually i am trying to mesh 1/3 rd part of wind turbine and i have given "ORFN" MATERIAL POINT inside hub and blade region so there is no volume mesh inside of it and my question is should i mesh the symmetrical part of hub or should it remain open, will it be problem for periodic or symmetry boundary condition and how i should i define periodic boundary condition for two symmetrical surface shown for outer domain. I can upload zip file i anyone can help. Picture have this dropbox link www.dropbox.com/sh/9ap82ic03ru5omx/AACQrAqMjOzFFp1dRLdfIoFZa?dl=0[/url]

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Actually i am trying to mesh 1/3 rd part of wind turbine and i have given "ORFN" MATERIAL POINT inside hub and blade region so there is no volume mesh inside of it and my question is should i mesh the symmetrical part of hub or should it remain open, will it be problem for periodic or symmetry boundary condition and how i should i define periodic boundary condition for two symmetrical surface shown for outer domain. I can upload zip file i anyone can help. Picture have this dropbox link www.dropbox.com/sh/9ap82ic03ru5omx/AACQrAqMjOzFFp1dRLdfIoFZa?dl=0[/url]
no need to mesh it.
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