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Mohammad Faridul Alam October 23, 2007 13:03

EXTRUDE option in ICEM CFD Geometry
 
Is there any extrude option in ICEM CFD geometry? Or is there any other way to transform a 2D geometry to 3D??

myron October 23, 2007 21:41

Re: EXTRUDE option in ICEM CFD Geometry
 
You can copy surfaces - then create 'side' surfaces based on bounding curves. As ICEM CFD is not 'solids' based - but rather surface-based, there is no direct geometry extrustion. However - you can extrude mesh.

Glenn Horrocks October 23, 2007 21:43

Re: EXTRUDE option in ICEM CFD Geometry
 
Hi,

Yes, some more details: http://www.cfd-online.com/Forum/cfx.cgi?read=23161

Glenn Horrocks

Abhishek Sarkar October 24, 2007 03:13

Re: EXTRUDE option in ICEM CFD Geometry
 
Yes, there is an extrude option in Edit mesh tab. Once you have created your pre-mesh, then the edit mesh tab will be highlighted and then you can click on the extrude mesh tab and select which option you want e.g. axisymmetric, etc.

Mohammad Faridul Alam October 25, 2007 17:47

Re: EXTRUDE option in ICEM CFD Geometry
 
Thanks all for ur help.


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