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morteza08 July 15, 2010 13:27

delta wing modeling
 
hi how can i model a delta wing in gambit and fluent with a double wedged cross section.....

PSYMN July 18, 2010 16:16

It is very easy if you can handle wedges (prism elements) where the blocks are collapsed behind the airfoil... What is your solver?

morteza08 July 18, 2010 23:54

hi
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by PSYMN (Post 267910)
It is very easy if you can handle wedges (prism elements) where the blocks are collapsed behind the airfoil... What is your solver?


i do not know anything...
i have to model the geometry in gambit and model the supersonic flow around it in fluent..
i only can model airfoil in gambit and fluent
anybody can help me in modeling the wing

PSYMN July 19, 2010 09:41

Oops, sorry I missed that you had said the solver...

This is easy. You can send me your model and I will show you the steps...

First, create a mirror wedge behind the wedge that we can use for construction geometry.

PSYMN July 19, 2010 09:43

Tutorials...
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by morteza08 (Post 267936)
i do not know anything...

I am happy to help with getting a topology like this, but you will probably also need to go thru the basic Hexa tutorials in order to implement my suggestions...

Simon


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