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Turbomachinery May 4, 2007 21:53

Anisotropic Tetrahedral Meshing using Gridgen?
 
Dear Friends,

I would like to apply "Anisotropic Tetrahedral Meshing" to the tutorial example 'Pierced-Elbow'. Well,.... I could not properly extrude the anisotropic tetrahedral meshes on the connectors along the Symmetry, Inflow and Outflow parts.

Have you ever create the anisotropic tetrahedral meshes for the internal flow phenomena (e.g. the pierced-elbow)?

Thanks a lot in advance....

Best regards,

ztdep May 5, 2007 11:22

Re: Anisotropic Tetrahedral Meshing using Gridgen?
 
I have sucessfuly doen all th tutorials, please be patience, and do it again step by step by following the tutoial. regards

Turbomachinery May 7, 2007 07:13

Re: Anisotropic Tetrahedral Meshing using Gridgen?
 
Dear Friends,

Then, have you also carried out the grid-generation for the internal flow phenomena (e.g. Pierced-Elbow problem) using Anisotropic Tetrahedral Meshing?

Looking forward to your replying...

Best regards,


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