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Jackie February 7, 2003 05:49

Meshing by specify a type and number of node
 
Hollo all

Could anyone can tell me. Is it posible to creat mesh in CFX5.5.1 by specifiy type of mesh (such as Hexahedral) and number of nodes in each direction.

Thank you in advance.

Bob February 7, 2003 06:39

Re: Meshing by specify a type and number of node
 
Yes, but you have to use the mesh only mode when you first generate the new data base. You also need to construct your geometry differently. You can not use Brep solids. All solids representing the domain must be six sided. There is a tutorial to show how to do this. Once the solid has been generated, and mesh implamented then you need to import the mesh into a new database in the import mesh only mode. This is all a little long winded, but I think things are going to be more simple in CFX5.6 ?? Bob

Jackie February 7, 2003 12:00

Re: Meshing by specify a type and number of node
 
I appreciate your kind answer to my questions Bob.

Jackie

Hannah liang February 7, 2003 12:47

Re: Meshing by specify a type and number of node
 
Hi, Jackie, you can change the mesh mode from AFI to Patran Volume Meshing in "Preference" panel in the build, using structure mesh instead of unstructured one. That's it!

Hannah

Jackie February 9, 2003 10:59

Re: Meshing by specify a type and number of node
 
Thank you very much Hannah ^_^

siavash April 13, 2003 16:54

Re: Meshing by specify a type and number of node
 
hello how are you ? in fack im a student of mechanic engineering and I need a program about compresible flow I need a source code of a program that we give some jeometrics and it solve and give us numbers or information that we need thanks bye


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