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ken June 11, 2005 13:12

True Grid vs Gambit
 
Are they advantageous in using true grid over gambit? I'm thinking in terms of grid quality and ease of generation.

philip June 13, 2005 09:20

Re: True Grid vs Gambit
 
well if the mesh won't generate in gambit, you definatly have an advantage in using tgrid to fix it first.

ken June 13, 2005 12:15

Re: True Grid vs Gambit
 
just to make sure we are talking about the same thing. I was referring to this:

http://www.truegrid.com/Welcome.html

philip June 13, 2005 12:43

Re: True Grid vs Gambit
 
I am guessing Tgrid ( a product made by the same company as fluent) is the same as Truegrid. Not sure.

Evan Rosenbaum June 13, 2005 16:03

Re: True Grid vs Gambit
 
I had previously looked at TrueGrid when we were having some Gambit "issues". It is a completely different way of building a mesh. It appears to give excellent meshes. ANSYS sells a similar package called ICEM. If you are having problems with Gambit, they are definitely worth a look. I think such generators are particularly good if you use multiple analysis packages and can use a single grid generator for all.


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