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Old   March 10, 2013, 01:42
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Hello everyone,

Mt first post here.

I am doing a project on "Drafting Effect of Motor Vehicles".I want to draw(2-Dimension ) an unstructured Tri-mesh with meshing spacing 0.05 m and mesh type-TGrid.

The air cushion is 20m*70 m.

Please guide me how to do this.

To generate a tri mesh I went to mesh->insert method->method:triangle.
I think its incorrect but i couldnot find any other option.

I have i5 processor and 4gb ram so I think I have to increase my mesh size.
Please help on how to do the meshing.I am following ths paper.Here is the link.

Here are the images.

mesh coarse.jpg




Btw why we have to a uniform mesh everywhere?

Please answer. :-)
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