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Old   March 3, 2013, 14:35
Default How pervasive is the use of hypermesh for CFD meshing ?
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I would like to learn the pros and cons of using hypermesh for cfd meshing.

I've used ansys meshing, icemcfd so far and I'm not much into hypermesh

But I think that it is more useful in meshing for explicit structural (crash, impact) analysis

And that it lacks the ability to maintain proper transition between tetrahedrals and adjacent prisms.

This is just a personal opinion and I'm not fully sure of this.

I'm absolutely open to learn more in this regard from experienced users.

So I request people over here to correct me if I seem to deliver any misconceptions.
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