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Mohankumarg12 August 31, 2011 02:24

Worst elements in blocking
 
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Hi
I am doing blocking for a part as shown here. I am getting worst element at a particular area.

Kindly any one help me to correct my blocking strategy.

Thanks

Mohankumarg12 August 31, 2011 02:31

Worst element
 
Forget to add a picture.

Thanks

BrolY August 31, 2011 06:06

It's hard to help with only pictures.
Maybe you could try to project the vertices to the points.

Or post you *.tin and *.blk here so we could have a look ;)

VT_Bromley August 31, 2011 08:47

It seems that you have an edge association missing or wrong... I would go through and check all your curve to edge associations.

Mohankumarg12 August 31, 2011 08:58

Blocking
 
Hi guys thanks for your reply.

My curve and edges are properly associated. The problem is if you look at the 2d image there is a inclined curve joined to a straight horizontal curve( in 3d a taper surface is joined to a straight surface), after association I am getting a block which is of triangular shape and the mesh is worst there.

I want to know how to rectify this by splitting the block or I have to change the geometry.

BrolY August 31, 2011 10:22

Did you try the quarter of O-grid? This tool is very useful to capture triangular shape.


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