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BuilttoSpill August 24, 2009 13:15

Hybrid mesh
 
I'm a graduated student in civil engineering,so i'm not so good with icem and fluent.
Anyway,i'm testing a a bridge deck section.My idea is to study it like an airfoil.
I've done a structured mesh but the analysis is too slow.
so I was wandering if it possible with icem create a structured mesh(around the bridge deck for the boundary layer) and outward and unstructured mesh.

sorry for the stupid question and thank for any answer

PSYMN August 27, 2009 13:40

Sure its possible.
 
Sure its possible... You can do it lots of ways.

MultiZone may be the most direct way for you.

But you could also do a tetra hexa merge...

It is actually a very open question.

Look in ftp://ftp.ansys.com/outgoing/simon/ for some tips and tricks, etc.

BuilttoSpill September 1, 2009 09:18

Thank you very much simon for the answer and for the manual!
Now I'll try with this tips.

h.m lee April 23, 2010 10:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by PSYMN (Post 227713)
Sure its possible... You can do it lots of ways.

MultiZone may be the most direct way for you.

But you could also do a tetra hexa merge...

It is actually a very open question.

Look in ftp://ftp.ansys.com/outgoing/simon/ for some tips and tricks, etc.

The FTP link need permission code, How can I get it?

PSYMN April 23, 2010 10:44

Not open anymore...
 
Yea, there was a while there when that directory was open... but now it is blind...

here are some full links;

ftp://ftp.ansys.com/outgoing/simon/ICEM_Tips2008.pdf

ftp://ftp.ansys.com/outgoing/simon/1...rialManual.pdf

I am working on an updated Tips and tricks class for 2010, and will post that after I have presented it a few time.

Best regards,

Simon

h.m lee April 23, 2010 11:38

Thank you, I'll read them earnestly.

maalan July 26, 2012 05:17

Hi, Simon!!

First of all I want to say your work on the forum is actually nice!! I have seen the files you put longtime ago and I find it very useful.

Currently, I am trying to achieve an hybrid mesh with ICEM for external aerodynamics (flow past an ahmed body) and, up to the moment, I have a cartesian O-grid around the body and the rest of domain blocked, which I would like to mesh by using tets. Could you tell me briefly how may I do it?

Thanks in advance!!
Best regards,

Antonio

mvoss September 7, 2012 04:52

hi simon,

are those links from above still available? Is it possible to get them back online?

cheers,
neewbie

PSYMN September 7, 2012 09:18

Sorry, ANSYS IT decided that the FTP sites were not secure enough. They switched to a secure server that requires a unique link for each download (I couldn't just post a link for anyone to pick up). I ended up posting that Tips and Tricks document on the customer portal along with the other ICEM CFD related tutorials and updates.

Students can access the portal, you just need to get your license number to create a login. You can check it with the option under the Help menu.

Simon

PSYMN October 12, 2012 10:38

I got so many requests for this ICEMCFD Tips&Tricks 2010 pfd that I figured out how to share it over google docs...

https://docs.google.com/open?id=0ByI...nBqTXBQT3pQMjQ

Yes, it is well overdue for an update, but it can still help many of you.

Best regards,

Simon

shiva102 April 19, 2014 06:06

hybrid mesh
 
@PSYMN how to do hybrid mesh in icem cfd for external flow analysis with ahmed body.plese give some tutorials or tell me how to do it. you are my last hope.its urgent please help me sir...can we do it in ansys workbench..?..i have tried the multi zone method but tet hext merge option is not there.?


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