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Old   May 19, 2005, 11:31
Default O-grids and cylindrical coordinates
Satish Perivilli
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I am trying to work on a cylindrical volume inside a brick volume. I want these to remain as two volumes.

1. Can anyone tell me how to get an O-grid inside the cylinder and a structured mesh outside??

2. If there is an annulus inside a brick, how do I do the same??

3. Is there a way to model the cylindrical volume in polar coordinates and use Cartesian system outside??

Please let me know

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