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Mitpostdoc March 7, 2011 13:03

Joining Swept block with Structured blocks
 
Hello there,
I am using Icem to grid a compressor. Unfortunately I found a triangular face in the diffusor and I had to grid it using a swept block. However, I am not sure about which would be the best way to join it with the remaining structured blocks. Please, seee the picture below.
Thank you very much

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Mitpostdoc March 7, 2011 13:04

as usual the image is not working. Pls find the original

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PSYMN March 8, 2011 12:09

You can not join the square side of a mapped block to the source or target (in this case triangular) face of a swept block.

Even if the swept block had source and target faces with 4 corners, you could not join them.

You can add another swept block and continue the swept blocks out thru to the boundary of the blocking.

Or, instead of a swept block, you could have used a Yblock (really three mapped blocks in a "Y" or quarter ogrid configuration) and extended that out to the surface of the model...


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