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Old   December 14, 2012, 06:58
Question 3d mesh circular cylinder
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Hi guys, I'm dealing with modeling flow over a circular cylinder while I want to know how to mesh a 3d rectangular domain in ansys. Actually I took a look at link below:

and exactly I want to create a mesh like "Zeo" wanted.

can anybody create a similar mesh and send the file so I get a general Idea to the "Sizing" feature or other techniques? I use ansys 14 and 14.5

but with difference that my cylinder is finite. I put geometry picture below:
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