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Old   December 5, 2006, 12:06
Default Ansys WB 10 2-D mesh for CFX
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Foti R.
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Hi, I am trying to model Benard convection cells in 2-D with the use of CFX. The question is how do I create a 2-D mesh with Ansys WB - do I create a relatively thin (an element thickness - which is ??) 3-D solid and apply symmetry? Thanks, FR
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Old   December 6, 2006, 00:44
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Yes. Create a one-element thick 3D volume with symmetry boundaries.
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