|January 24, 2012, 15:27||
Meshing strategy for External Flows
Join Date: Jan 2012
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I have recently shifted to Ansys WB.
I am working on a wing body configuration. I imported an external cad file (Parasolid/Catia) in Ansys DM, perform some operations(Boolean+Body operations, etc.). I enclosed my full-body (360 deg) in a sphere user-defined Enclosure. Everything is quite good at this stage. In DM model view there are 2 parts (one is my body as solid and second is sphere enclosure as fluid.
After that I link this geometry to Ansys Meshing, after taking some time, I see the geometry in Meshing environment. Ansys meshing defined contact regions. I started automatic meshing.
After the process ends, there are a mesh inside my body (solid) as well. there are overlapping surfaces too.
Is it wrong? If so, where?
Whether I have to take both parts in Ansys meshing or suppress body and take Enclosure only to the Ansys Meshing from DesignModeler.
I have also tried it in ICEM, after spending 15 days on same geom, I am tired now.
A quick reply will be highly appreciated.
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