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pilli June 7, 2007 10:36

Free and forced convection in fluent?
 
Hi all,

I am doing a project on the free and forced convection lab that is in thermal engineering. I have modeled the apparatus in pro e and imported it into gambit.When I meshed it I feel that all the edges,faces do not have a united mesh.Is there any tutorial anyone could suggest which explains meshing a body in gambit which is in iges format? anyhelp is greatly appreciated.

Thankyou

AJ June 7, 2007 13:06

Re: Free and forced convection in fluent?
 
There are few tutorials in Gambit training to read IGES geometry into gambit, clean geometry and generate mesh.

Here are the tutorial names: Training : GAMBIT : Introductory : Tutorials

Tutorial 5: Sedan Geometry - Virtual Cleanup Tutorial 6: SEDAN GEOMETRY‚Ä"TOLERANT IMPORT

Training : GAMBIT : Intermediate : Tutorials

Geometric Clean-up and HexCore Meshing of an Automotive Manifold

You may have to work with virtual geometry and merge features to generate mesh...

Have fun... AJ


AJ June 7, 2007 13:10

Re: Free and forced convection in fluent?
 
Please read following lecture:

Training : GAMBIT : Introductory : Lectures

CAD/CAE Data Exchange and Geometry Cleanup

This will help you understand the whole CAD data exchange for Gambit....

pilli June 8, 2007 15:14

Re: Free and forced convection in fluent?
 
Thankyou AJ.Where can I get the lectures tutorials?onca again thankyou so much

AJ June 10, 2007 14:59

Re: Free and forced convection in fluent?
 
These are part of Gambit training... at Fluent user center... Try to get hold of training material for Gambit and fluent...

AJ



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