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Old   April 25, 2011, 08:34
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Hi, My friend,

Firstly, welcome to all of you.

I am starter position in cfd & meshing procedure and i started a industrial project as graduate thesis..

Longterm we will study FSI, but i have to make presentation about a litte part of this study. I have to mesh butterfly valve + pipe system.

Since i'm new this area, i dont know how i take a real/good mesh in this system. i tried many of time, but my geometry is complex.

can anyone gelp me? can anyone take mesh for me?


if you do this, please explain step by step that you make assumptions or techniques. this can be goog start for me.

thank you cfd_online.


http://hotfile.com/dl/115746241/ccea...valve.x_t.html parasolid file for valve-pipe system

http://hotfile.com/dl/115746645/554af92/mesh.jpg.html jpeg visual of system
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