|February 20, 2012, 16:43||
Problem regarding hexagonal mesh of complex geometry.
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I am new to CFD and I have been given a project in CFD. So I need your help.
I want to model the flow of air inside a spray dryer for which I have to develop a geometry. The spray dryer is a cylinder on cone type with a annular inlet at the top. The outlet pipe of the spray dryer starts from within the cone volume.
I have developed the geometry by splitting the outlet pipe wall from the cone volume but now I am not been able to mesh the remaining volume using hexagonal mesh. i have tried with tetrahedron mesh but result are having some error.
Please help me.
Thanks in advance.
|complex geometry, hexa meshing|
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