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Abi October 14, 2008 03:28

Meshing Problem
 
Hi Dudes,

I have an 2d rectangular model, in which i have splitted it into 3 regions, I have to mesh the three regions separately with different mesh size. So whether i have to use interface in between these regions. Pls give me ur suggestions.

With regards. Abi

Rishikesh October 14, 2008 06:31

Re: Meshing Problem
 
yeah u hv to use interface.coz the common edge in the 3 regions will hv the same interval size which will prevent u from using different interval sizes.

Abi October 14, 2008 07:02

Re: Meshing Problem
 
Hi rishikesh,

Pls can u explain me in detail, because i am not getting ur answer. Thanks for ur reply.

With regards, Abi

Rishikesh October 14, 2008 07:06

Re: Meshing Problem
 
abi jus try meshing ur geometry without using interfaces.

u will understand what i told u.

Rishikesh

Abi October 14, 2008 07:22

Re: Meshing Problem
 
Thanks again rishikesh, then in what case we have to use interface can u tell me pls......

Regards, abi.

Rishikesh October 14, 2008 07:27

Re: Meshing Problem
 
interface is used when u want different interval sizes in the same geometry and an edge or face is common to 1 or more parts that u r meshing.

if u hv any further doubt,feel free to contact me.

Rishikesh

Abi October 14, 2008 07:40

Re: Meshing Problem
 
Hey rishikesh thanks a lot for ur quick reply, co operation and co ordination. Since I am using different mesh size in that three regions, so why can't I use that.

With regards, Abi

Rishikesh October 14, 2008 07:59

Re: Meshing Problem
 
u cannot give different interval sizes to the same face/edge.

at least my experience tells me this.

i am also not vastly experienced in cfd,but whatever of gambit i hv used i think this is the case.

rishikesh

Abi October 14, 2008 08:04

Re: Meshing Problem
 
Ok thanks for spending some time for me, let me know if i have some problem.


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