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MUMMED December 2, 2012 14:00

cfx remeshing by icem
 
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hello every body
I'm trying to solve a problem by using icem remeshing.
I followed a post about this in forums but following error has been reported.
I will be grateful for any advice.

raminmir January 21, 2013 11:03

in the first photo, the Boundary for Part Map1 is Default Domain Default, does this boundary lay on the ICEM PART NAME "SOLID"? they should be the same.
and pay attention to MONITOR POINT in Scalar parameters.
in the 2nd photo regarding to error, what happens in ccl? remeshing started or you cant get any progress?

MUMMED February 5, 2013 06:55

Icem remeshing
 
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Dear ramin
thanks for your advice
remeshing starts but after that some error appears like fatal error or highly skewness
I checked the remesh which generated after remesh but that was not fine although that was not like previous mesh
I have done edr tutorial about remeshing but this problem occured.
i will be so grateful for your help

raminmir February 5, 2013 09:29

I got some problems on mesh not following exactly the geometry, I could not get rid of it totally, but with assigning finger mesh in .rpl file, it got a little bit better.
did you set the mesh motion at top and bot of the box, unespecified or stationary?

MUMMED February 5, 2013 10:25

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Originally Posted by raminmir (Post 406102)
I got some problems on mesh not following exactly the geometry, I could not get rid of it totally, but with assigning finger mesh in .rpl file, it got a little bit better.
did you set the mesh motion at top and bot of the box, unespecified or stationary?

I set top and bottom stationary and side walls unspecified
sorry but what do you mean finger mesh?

raminmir February 5, 2013 10:54

a mistake; meant "finer"

MUMMED February 5, 2013 11:58

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Originally Posted by raminmir (Post 406126)
a mistake; meant "finer"

However thank you for your attention.


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