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Old   May 11, 2003, 22:16
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lulu
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How to generate structure mesh for fluent 4?give me some suggestion.Thanks
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Old   May 11, 2003, 22:58
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Hi, I think you could use Gambit to generate structure mesh for Fluent 4. After starting Gambit, select

Solver>Fluent 4

then you could build you structure mesh.

You could also generate mesh with other softwares such as CAD etc. But you must convert the mesh into the form which the Fluent could accept, this conversion could be made with Gambit.

For 2-D meshing(with Gambit), decide the number of nodes on some edges, and select proper meshing scheme, then use face mesh command to automatically generate mesh for the whole face. For 3-D meshing, mesh some faces first, and follow similar steps as above.

Hope could give you some ideas.

Good luck.
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Old   May 12, 2003, 21:26
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Thanks! How to generate face mesh such as annulus?
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