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Lindner July 22, 2008 14:53

Icem mesh not so good
 
Hi, im trying to generate a simple mesh for my geometry. The pre-mesh looks ok but when I generate hexa-dominant mesh it looks strange. this is the pre-mesh -> http://img391.imageshack.us/my.php?image=mesh1tl0.jpg

and this is the result -> http://img201.imageshack.us/my.php?image=mesh2ul4.jpg

It doesnt matter the maximum size, the mesh always goes wrong. I just want to create a mesh that looks like the pre-mesh.

thank you

Rogerio Fernandes Brito July 22, 2008 17:40

Re: Icem mesh not so good
 
Did you use blocks? Or not? If not, you will find a mesh without a conection, like a meshing with blocks.

brunoc July 22, 2008 19:56

Re: Icem mesh not so good
 
To convert your blocking into an actual mesh, just right-click "Pre-Mesh" and select "Convert to Untructured".

cupidvenus July 23, 2008 04:17

Re: Icem mesh not so good
 
You can right click "Pre-Mesh" and then select "Convert to Unstructured" or other items. It is up to your solver.

myron July 23, 2008 11:19

Re: Icem mesh not so good
 
In other words - you don't want to use hexa-dominant mesh at all. Just convert your pre-mesh to unstructured - then write that for your solver.

Lindner July 24, 2008 12:39

Re: Icem mesh not so good
 
thank you all, problem solved with "convert to unstructured"


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