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Old   March 14, 2010, 07:49
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Good evening friends,

Iam trying to do cold flow analysis of a Diesel engine. For that i want to mesh the combustion chamber(inlet,outlet,piston,cylinder).From tutorials i got some idea about dynamic mesh.

1)But iam confused about how to start the initial mesh with ICEM.

2)Means which one i have to mesh first.and which type of mesh i have to use,Tetra or Hexa.(For which we component we have to use surface and volume meshes)

Here iam expecting small suggestions thats enough.

Thanks in advance.
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