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Old   August 12, 2011, 10:43
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Hi guys,
I really need your help!! I have been trying so many methods. I use ICEM to generate mesh of a airplane. But after surface meshing, the trailing edges of the wing have this kind of grids and I can not fix it. I even can not have Volumn mesh.
Here is what I do about the setting. First I set global size. Then I set the size of every face of my model. Then I use independant patch method to generate surface mesh.
And as I learn more about Tetra mesh in ICEM, I have more and more question about so many setting, like thin cut ing global setting. If I get all this done, I would provide a file to help anyone who has similar question.
Best wishes.
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Old   August 16, 2011, 13:20
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Hi guys,
I really need your help!! I have been trying so many methods. I use ICEM to generate mesh of a airplane. But after surface meshing, the trailing edges of the wing have this kind of grids and I can not fix it. I even can not have Volumn mesh.
Here is what I do about the setting. First I set global size. Then I set the size of every face of my model. Then I use independant patch method to generate surface mesh.
And as I learn more about Tetra mesh in ICEM, I have more and more question about so many setting, like thin cut ing global setting. If I get all this done, I would provide a file to help anyone who has similar question.
Best wishes.
LL
hello LL,
this is vamshi, even i am also doing similar kind of meshing prob for a flying wing, but i got struck in the initial stage itself, i am not able to do clean up process for which my geometry file was imported frm CATIA directly into GAMBIT, cud u plz help me out how to proceed further with my work as u have already passed this stage of problem successfully. hoping u will reply to this message and can u also post the procedure how u have done till now in a file format so that it will help me a lot in my work.

Thanks,
Vamshi.
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Old   August 16, 2011, 23:27
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Hi Vamshi,
In my case, I use Icem to generate mesh, not GAMBIT. I wish I could help.
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hello LL,
this is vamshi, even i am also doing similar kind of meshing prob for a flying wing, but i got struck in the initial stage itself, i am not able to do clean up process for which my geometry file was imported frm CATIA directly into GAMBIT, cud u plz help me out how to proceed further with my work as u have already passed this stage of problem successfully. hoping u will reply to this message and can u also post the procedure how u have done till now in a file format so that it will help me a lot in my work.

Thanks,
Vamshi.
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Old   August 17, 2011, 03:26
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thanks for d reply LL,
no prob LL i can even do it in ICEM/gambit, so it would be helpful if u post me d procedure how u have done in icem software
waiting for ur reply

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