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  • I want to mesh an oceanic bay in 3D.

    I have a lot of points with the coordinates of the bottom of the sea (x and y are coord. in the plan parallel to the surface, z is depth of the bottom of the sea)

    What is the meshing strategy to obtain an unstructured mesh able to simulate the water flow in the bay, using ICEM ?

Thank you for your help ! (and don't hesitate to give even basic advices and instructions )
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