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Old   May 14, 2013, 12:47
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I would like to create a structured 3D mesh with boundary layer of T-junction pipe.
Could you give me any hints about the solution strategy of this problem?

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Just to give you an idea about blocking I am pasting links of some threads from ANSYS meshing forum. You can implement similar blocking in pointwise

T Junction Meshing using ICEM CFD

Solid wall meshing in T junction

block-structured mesh for t-junction
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Thank you very much for your help

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Hello James,

There is a video on pointwise's website:
http://www.pointwise.com/webinar/v17/V17-T-Rex.shtml
It may be quite helpful for your case.


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I would like to create a structured 3D mesh with boundary layer of T-junction pipe.
Could you give me any hints about the solution strategy of this problem?

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Thanks Aeronautics El. K. for your suggestion
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I just noticed that you need a structured mesh while the video I pointed out is for unstructured mesh but ok... The website is very helpful anyway
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