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Default Reg difficulties in meshing the geometry...Urgent
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Hi,
Actually my problem is to find effect of inlet distortion on axial compressors... So I have created the geometry of a sample Distortion Screen...But the problem now is I don't know how to give proper mesh for this geometry...Since this geometry has so many holes in between them...I don't understand which type of mesh will be suitable for this geometry...so can any one suggest some procedure for proper meshing?...Also give some idea for how to export this ICEM CFD mesh to ANSYS CFX....I have attached the images of the geometry which i need to mesh....your help wil be highly appreciated..
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