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Old   November 12, 2010, 10:31
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hi all
i have a study in fluent gambit to flow in conv-div nozzle surround it diffrent materials ..
i draw it in 3d volume with the fluid and solid materials in gambit but i have a problem in hex mesh
how can i mesh conv - div nozzle in hex map i spilt the conv-div face in 4 faces by virtual edges
but when i export it to fluent i have a problem
also the other volumes i must mesh them hex map
and they have a curves so what can i do please help
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Old   November 15, 2010, 02:24
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with pictures you would make it clearer
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with pictures you would make it clearer
can u told me what is the diffrent bitween scheme applay and scheme default in mesh volume?
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@ezabille, what is the message you are getting while exporting to fluent.
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can u told me what is the diffrent bitween scheme applay and scheme default in mesh volume?
"apply" is not a scheme, but if you not select "apply" I assume Gambit will not mesh your volume.
"Default" is the default mesh scheme automatically choosed from Gambit. (for exampls if you try to mesh a cylinder, Gambit will automatically choose Hex-Cooper as default scheme. But you are free to mesh it mit tetra)
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but when i choose scheme default gambit make a mesh and export it to fluent well and i choose the interval size and hex map so why gambit describe this kind of scheme mesh as defaul ?
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I assume your volume doesn't seem to be hex-meshable
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