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ben March 20, 2002 01:01

How to generate the grid for a 3d object?
 
I want to simulation the pressure field of a roof in the flow field, but the shape of the roof is complex, I don't know how to generate the proper grid for it. In the phoenics applications album, I find a case which is very interesting, the path of the file is phoenics\D_POLIS\D_LECS\CAR\CAR.HTM, I'd like to know how the grid of the car is generated. Thank you.

h.q.tang March 20, 2002 05:00

Re: How to generate the grid for a 3d object?
 
use ICEM CFD or GriGen, that's enough.

Xiaofeng Li March 20, 2002 07:59

Re: How to generate the grid for a 3d object?
 
Is it possible to load data files from Gridgen or ICEM into Phoenics? and how to do? Thank you.

leon March 20, 2002 17:30

Re: How to generate the grid for a 3d object?
 
Ben,

Have read in POLIS about body fitted co-ordinates ? It basically allows you to place the grid on the blockage as opposed to in the domain.

Also have a read about the partial solids treatment feature, under the EDIT -> Domain -> Geometry menu. This feature allows phoenics to handle blockages, within the grid better.

I hope this helps.

Leon


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