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Old   January 29, 2001, 07:05
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As some of you will know, I have been experiencing some difficulties with Gambit. I haven't given up on it (yet) but because some of the problems have impacted major projects I have worked on, I am looking around for potential alternatives. I will need to assess several alternatives to be able to justify any change.

Is there anyone out there who can make any recommendations? I use Fluent 5 and the more complex geometries require hybrid meshes (structured in some regions, unstructured in others). Complex geometries come from Catia (which causes a lot of problems in Gambit). They are not simple shapes and have often been created using Catia surfacing. I also need to be able to include boundary layer cells.

Software with a UK contact is essential.

All suggestions, comments and recommendations will be gratefully accepted.

Best wishes to you all. Althea
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Old   January 31, 2001, 07:33
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For your information. This discussion has been taking place on the main forum.

best wishes

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