[Task] Hotgas nozzle with Pointview
Dear Forum Users!
After completing some simple meshing tasks with gmsh (2.2.6) and discretizer, I will do some more realistic meshing cases. I have to use this old gmsh version, otherwise there is no chance for me to convert it via gmshToFoam (OpenFOAM 1.5-Dev).
The next case will be a more realistic variant of my hotgas nozzle (inert gas). We have different wall temperatures and an inlet pipe, which is normal to the main pipe. Later on, I wanna take a turbulent heat transfer solver.
For a better imagination, I attached two images of the 3D part (ProEngineer). For the first try I exported it as a .stl
The colored surfaces represent the intended boundary layers:
My experience with snappyHexMesh is ... not the best. I dont know how to define the boundary layers and there are problems with "sharp" edges. Maybe there is a way with the discretizer...
Importing the .stl in gmsh 2.2.6 works really good, but I dont have an idea how to create the 3D mesh with this version.
So, do you have some ideas, how to get a mesh out of the 3D model for the upcoming case.
Thanks in advance
Edit: Just work around with Pointwise and updated the 3D model to be more ... fluent ;)
I split the geometry in a rear part with the intersection, and a front part with the nozzle, if someone have experience with this kind of meshing, help is welcome :o
Its going on
Nozzle Version 2 - see last post:
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