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Old   July 22, 2010, 08:33
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I have created simple turbofan engine model in Gambit, while messing my model i have getting folowing error

"NUMBER OF INTERVALS ON MESHED EDGES OF FACE DOES NOT ALLOW MESHING USING A SCHEME OF MAP"


here i have attached my gambit modle? how and what type of mesing should i have to use?and how can i create inlet and outlet biundary conditions?
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Old   July 23, 2010, 01:15
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You are trying to mesh your surface on the fly with Map, and of course it is not possible.
Split your domain into several mappable subdomains, like this for instance
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to create several mappable subdomains, i have to create edges with the corresponding vortex points? are any other method is available to split domain into sevral mappable subdomains?
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Split surface with vertex.
you can also split with edges, or with surface (but here you need real entities)
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Old   July 24, 2010, 14:16
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I have created several subdomains as you have shown in the picture.
how to mesh this subdomains? shall i to create each subdomains as a face or a single face to mesh?
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all the surfaces should be mappable (quad)
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while meshing domain which is not meshed in the figure i am getting the error "NUMBER OF INTERVALS ON MESHED EDGES OF FACE DOES NOT ALLOW MESHING USING A SCHEME OF MAP"


is it correctly meshed the remaining domains?

can u give some example and solution manual for creating, mapping and meshing domains in gambit?
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the top sudomain is already meshed with 11 nodes on the lower edge.
Now on the last subdmain you want to mesh, I count 22 nodes on both edges (opposite to the one common with the top meshed subdomain).
Mapp Mesh algorithm isn t able to project the 11 nodes on the 2 other opposites edges, since they are already meshed (with 22 nodes).
So delete all the edges which are not common to meshed subdomains (the 3 lower meshed edges with blue symbols)
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ok if i delete the all edges which are not common to meshed domains then how can i mesh the domain?
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