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Old   August 28, 2011, 13:42
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hi, i'm using gambit for modeling a wing and creating 3D mesh round it. i need help for creating this mesh and setting up boundary conditions!

Can any one send me a steps or advise?

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either you built your wing within cad-software and then import it into gambit, or you built it into gambit.
Then create the fluid domain around your wing, and you can start to mesh (or prepare your geometry for meshing >> splits, etc...)
http://my.fit.edu/itresources/manual...uide/tgtoc.htm
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thanks for your help,but i want to know which kind of boundary condition i have to use if i want to model incompressible flow and very low mach number?
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either you built your wing within cad-software and then import it into gambit, or you built it into gambit.
Then create the fluid domain around your wing, and you can start to mesh (or prepare your geometry for meshing >> splits, etc...)
http://my.fit.edu/itresources/manual...uide/tgtoc.htm
thanks for your help, but i want to know which kind of boundary condition i have to use if i want to model incompressible flow and a very low mach number?
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can somebody help me please ?
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http://my.fit.edu/itresources/manual...g/main_pre.htm
Check tutorial 3: compressible-transonic flow
Get inspired from it, and adapt it to your case
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