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Old   November 22, 1999, 10:49
Default HEXA VS. POWERMESH
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Erich F.
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Hello-

With Powermesh no longer being supported what are some of your thoughts on HEXA. I just got the demo and like it so far...

Thanks, Erich
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Old   July 28, 2000, 15:31
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Shaun
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You might want to take a look at Gridpro. The learning curve is a little bit steep, but once you get around it. It produces best the quality grid one can get.

Hexa is good for simple geometries. But for a complex geometry like scroll (or volute), it is too difficult to use Hexa to mesh it.
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Old   February 17, 2001, 21:23
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Donatella
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I'studing at university in Padova, I'm making a relation about the volute in the turbomachinery with cfx-Tascflow. I'm searching examples and desingns done in Tasc-flow, someone know where I could download some of them? Thanks

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