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Old   November 23, 2004, 00:28
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RAJURAMAIAH
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Hi all, I have a doubt about the meshing work using hypermesh for CFD problems. My question is to what extent it will support CFD problems, is it fair to use for my CFD problems instead of ICEM, Gridgen.

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Old   November 23, 2004, 01:22
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We also tested hypermesh for structural problems mainly, but I check CFD meshing capabilities and found that it have not suffucient capabilities. As I understood prismatic layers can not go through inlet,outlet(any openings) - only closed surfaces allowed. For such problems it can generate higher quality meshes than ICEM because of AFLR algorithm.
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