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Old   April 9, 2009, 17:05
Default hexaedric and boundary layer
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Hi everyone
i have this geometry on GAMBIT:

volume create height 1.7145 radius1 0.04445 radius3 0.04445 offset 0 0 \
0.85725 zaxis frustum
volume create height 0.1 radius1 0.015875 radius3 0.015875 offset 0 0 0.05 \
zaxis frustum
volume move "volume.2" dangle -63 vector 0 1 0 origin 0 0 0
volume move "volume.2" offset 0 0 1.5621
volume move "volume.2" offset 0 0.028575 0
volume create height 0.3 radius1 0.0381 radius3 0.0381 offset 0 0 0.15 zaxis frustum
volume move "volume.3" dangle -90 vector 1 0 0 origin 0 0 0
volume move "volume.3" offset 0 0 0.1016

i need to mesh it using hexadric mesh and boundary layer (on the big cylinder at least)
can anyone help me please and give me the solution in a journal form? it is 1 week that i have been trying to deal with
(i didnt unite the 3 volums yet in this journal)

thanks a lot
sincerly
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Old   April 30, 2009, 05:55
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