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Mark June 24, 2006 05:43

Mesh in Gambit/Fluent
 
Hi to everybody! I know that Gambit can mesh .igs files . (I'm realizing a project I will save in .igs ) The mesh generated by Gambit (e.g. saved in .msh format) can be used in Fluent and other programs similar to Fluent. I need to have only the mesh file (.msh without inlet/outlet conditions) outputted by Gambit... but I use Gambit very little and I'm not able to solve some problems given by Gambit about 2 surfraces... So.. :) I'm looking for someone who could make the gambit meshes for me.. :) I think it will be very quick to do for anybody who use Gambit everyday...

sam June 25, 2006 06:23

Re: Mesh in Gambit/Fluent
 
sure . send me ur files .

i will certaily help u

ragard sam

Durgendra June 26, 2006 03:33

Re: Mesh in Gambit/Fluent
 
u can send me ur .igs files. I'll try it

Mark June 27, 2006 05:20

Re: Mesh in Gambit/Fluent
 
Wonderful!!!!! At this moment I'm away from my house(and my PC) because of work.. I'll be back tomorrow (28th of June) and I'll send you the critical .igs !!! Thanks!!!!!!!!!! Have a nice day!

Mark June 27, 2006 05:23

Re: Mesh in Gambit/Fluent
 
Great!!!!! Now I'm away for work, but I'll be back tomorrow (28th of June) and I'll send you the critical .igs !!! Thanks!!!!!!!!!! Regards!

Mark June 28, 2006 07:49

Re: Mesh in Gambit/Fluent
 
Hi Sam! I'm sending you a link where you can download a .zip file called Meshing-Problems.zip !

Available links: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=0ZKWO70A http://www.megaupload.com/it/?d=0ZKWO70A

You only have to go in the upper-right of the page (near MEGAUPLOADS writing), insert tre shown letters and wait 45 seconds in order to download the .zip !

In the .zip you find two .igs files: - Assembly_(Threaded).igs - Problematic-Component_(Enlarged).igs

Great if you will mesh the assembly! But Corpo.igs colud be sufficient for my puropse!

They aren't the final version of my project.. if you succeed in meshing, can you also mesh the final .igs version (when I complete it)? :D

If you can't download them, please send your email address to me at markchat5@libero.it and I'll send you everything!

Thankx a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mark June 28, 2006 07:50

Re: Mesh in Gambit/Fluent
 
Hi Durgendra! I'm sending you a link where you can download a .zip file called Meshing-Problems.zip !

Available links: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=0ZKWO70A http://www.megaupload.com/it/?d=0ZKWO70A

You only have to go in the upper-right of the page (near MEGAUPLOADS writing), insert tre shown letters and wait 45 seconds in order to download the .zip !

In the .zip you find two .igs files: - Assembly_(Threaded).igs - Problematic-Component_(Enlarged).igs

Great if you will mesh the assembly! But Corpo.igs colud be sufficient for my puropse!

They aren't the final version of my project.. if you succeed in meshing, can you also mesh the final .igs version (when I complete it)? :D

If you can't download them, please send your email address to me at markchat5@libero.it and I'll send you everything!

Thankx a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

behnam July 9, 2006 02:00

Re: Mesh in Gambit/Fluent
 
Hi i need a steam reforming reactor mesh for fluent with catalyst particle

J.Gimbun July 19, 2006 16:37

Re: Mesh in Gambit/Fluent
 
You can draw & mesh the reactor, then either patch the catalyst partice loading like in fluidised bed if I'm right.

behnam July 29, 2006 09:43

Re: Mesh in Gambit/Fluent
 
i need a mesh of fixed bed reactor with catalyst partice for steam reforming conversion. thank you.

J.Gimbun July 29, 2006 16:19

Re: Mesh in Gambit/Fluent
 
I'm not doing a fluidised bed or packed bed simulation. Anyway, I suppose you can do it by adding a reaction (via species modelling) on fluidised bed case. Another idea might be by assuming the bed as a porous media. The second idea shouldn't be accurate but it does simplify your problem (maybe). Fluidised bed tutorial is available in Fluent user or in Fluent help. Good luck.


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