|December 23, 2009, 06:57||
Periodic Boundaries for Hexa/Tetra mesh
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For my problem, I have meshed only a 45 degrees slice out of my 360 degree model.
Now I want to define my boundaries as periodic.
So far I have meshed it partly with hexas and two small other parts with tetras. As meshing tool I use ICEM 11.0, for my later calculations I will use Fluent V6.x or V12.0.
Can anybody tell me how can I now define both boundary surfaces as periodic? Do both 45 degree-sides have to have the exactly same mesh? Because that is not the case here. How can I realize that?
Furthermore, I already tried to load the mesh into Fluent. But Fluent cuts out my two tetra meshes (as can be seen in the pictures) and defines new surfaces. (In ICEM I named them Periodic_1, Fluent then produces Periodic_1, Periodic_1:001 and Periodic_1:002). Is this a problem? Of course it is the same for the 45 degree surface, Periodic_2.
I tried to explain my prob as good as possible. Please dont hesitate to ask for more details. It would be great, if anybody can help me.
Thanks in advance!!
Last edited by sebastian; December 23, 2009 at 09:17.
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