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swamy September 12, 2006 09:22

Regarding holes in Tetra mesh
 
I am new to icem i am doing meshing of condenser, in which lover type of fin arrangment.when i do tetra mesh then i find some portion on fins in which there is no meshes or holes types. how to remove that holes , if i do manually then it gives surface orientation problem and volume also. kindly help me.

Thanks

Joe September 12, 2006 10:00

Re: Regarding holes in Tetra mesh
 
Get your topology fixed. You have a leaky surface set.

Michael September 12, 2006 15:11

Re: Regarding holes in Tetra mesh
 
there are also surface hole fixing capabilities in ICEM, but I rarely use them as I correct the geometry in UG

myron September 13, 2006 08:35

Re: Regarding holes in Tetra mesh
 
You could also try specifying a smaller mesh size on the louvers/fins. Sometimes the mesher has a difficult time resolving both sides of features that are very close together.


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