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Old   June 15, 2009, 14:01
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i have a important problem!!!!

i modeled cloud point to solid geometry.geometry is consist of assembly of blade and housing. And geometry is piecemeal
I imported assembly geometry to design modeler (attached fig).and enclosured blade. enclosure box is housing. I want to transfer model from design modeler to CFX mesh.after a long time meshing tab is empty(attached figure) and there is no geometry in meshing tab.
How can solve this problem???
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Old   June 15, 2009, 16:57
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Hi,

For blade modelling you need to model the surfaces accurately. How can the surfaces be accurate if you are just using a cloud of points approach?

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Hi,

For blade modelling you need to model the surfaces accurately. How can the surfaces be accurate if you are just using a cloud of points approach?

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maximum tolerance between my model and real model is 0.039[mm].my project isnt an industrial work.it is a student project.in that case 0.039 tolerance is not important.
can u help me please???
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Hi,

It is impossible to debug this type of problem on the forum. You will just have to try some alternate approaches until something works.

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hi dear
each other of blade and housing entered to meshing tab separatelly.
but assembly of them that have been enclosured dont enter to meshing tab.
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