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Kulasekharan September 12, 2004 06:47

how about Hypermesh software
 
Hi all,

Anybody can help me out how good is hypermesh software for meshing complex geometries like Gas turbine blades and compressors.

In Gambit near the most complex zones iam getting more skewness, when i try to reduce it my mesh size is becoming huge (nearing 40 lakh nodes - which causes my fluent to take more than 1/2 hour for single iteration. thats why i want to check whether Hypermesh will help me out of this problem, or shall i swith to CFX and Bladegen which is mostly (as far as i know) used for turbomachinery analysis.

Thanx Kulaekharan

prashant .S.S September 24, 2004 07:27

Re: how about Hypermesh software
 
hi!

as far your problem is concerned,you can use hypermesh for structured grid and import to fluent,if you have time,then go to CFX software. bye

Kulasekharan September 28, 2004 09:35

Re: how about Hypermesh software
 
Thank u Prashant

anbin October 15, 2004 06:11

Which software has highest scope in future?
 
In cad field so many softwares are there.In those which software is the best one and how about its future work development?

SAM October 15, 2004 11:51

Re: Which software has highest scope in future?
 
IT depends on particular need. moreover if have epereince of any software then u can easily switchover to any other software

regars


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