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Nan March 16, 2006 17:23

remesh in cfx
 
Hi, there,

Is any way to set "remesh" for each time step in cfx-pre or anywhere else?

Thanks.

TobiasZ March 20, 2006 10:46

Re: remesh in cfx
 
Hi, I think there might be a possibility. I found an example in the CFX5-manual a long time ago about a ball deforming while it hits the ground. In this example the mesh had to be reread for each time step I believe to remember. Can't tell you more about it, but hope this helps a bit further.

TobiasZ

Nan March 20, 2006 12:49

Thanks Re: remesh in cfx *NM*
 

Glenn Horrocks March 20, 2006 16:55

Re: remesh in cfx
 
Hi,

What are you trying to do? Deforming grids (but the same mesh topology), or do you want to do a complete remesh of the internal mesh from the outer boundary?

Glenn Horrocks

Nan April 5, 2006 10:37

Re: remesh in cfx
 
Hi, Glenn,

I just saw your response.

I am working on a problem similar to moving piston. When the mesh moves, it creates negative elements.

Thanks.


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