|October 9, 2013, 05:27||
1D mesh with StarCCM+
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I need some help on how using StarCCM+ to create a 1D mesh to study, at first, a flow in a duct.
I have created a 3D part and try to mesh only in the x-axis but the problem is that with trimmer, for example, the other surfaces are meshed too and so the volume mesh is 3D.
Thanks for helping.
|October 12, 2013, 15:11||
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I'd start with a Trimmer only mesh continua with a given base size. E.g.: 1mm.
Then, create a rectangular channel in x-axis, where the cross section at x0 (inlet) and x1 (outlet) are 1mm^2. Thus, if the channel has 100mm it will have 100 points.
The other channel faces (y0, y1, z0 and z1) set as symmetry. Now you have a 1D problem being solved with a 3D mesh.
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