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Old   February 5, 2005, 22:21
Default Structured and Unstructured grids
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Hello Everybody,

I read a discussion related to structured and unstructured grids. And am working on a similar problem. details: Geometry: 3-D Y pipe bifurcation with reducing diameters all through. Mesh: I have created unstructured (tets), structured multiblock hex and am working on cooper scheme for the entire geometry since I was thinking about possible effects of alignment of the cells in the multiblock mesh. Problem: I cannot mesh a cooper near the region where the pipe disintegrates into two daugher pipes since the diameters are reducing (variable). I am yet to overcome this problem. It would be great if I can get some comments from you on the above. Thanks in advance. Best Regards Samir
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