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Old   May 29, 2013, 16:59
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Hello everyone. I am learning Ansys Fluent for my research by using tutorials . Except number one tutorial, for all the tutorials, we have to download the meshed geometry file from customer portal. How can I learn about the meshing and drawing geometry of these problem? Is there any way so that I can understand how the drew and meshed the problem? Thanks in advance.
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Hello everyone. I am learning Ansys Fluent for my research by using tutorials . Except number one tutorial, for all the tutorials, we have to download the meshed geometry file from customer portal. How can I learn about the meshing and drawing geometry of these problem? Is there any way so that I can understand how the drew and meshed the problem? Thanks in advance.
If u look into the help files then there are tutorials for meshing in ICEM CFD. There step by step instruction are available, hope that will ease ur problem. Also for beginners GAMBIT is a good option.
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Thank you very much. I have found some example as you said. I will try those example.
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hey friends, how are you doing? if you don't mind, i need your help. i am studying flow over an aircraft wing to (improve) increase the lift at high angle of attack by delaying boundary layer separation on the method of suction on the wing upper surface and near to 3/4 chord, then i need to simulate the flow analysis by using ANSYS fluent, and what are the procedures and the step?
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Old   April 26, 2019, 01:01
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This video is a part of 3 video series covering GEOMETRY, BLOCKING AND FLUENT TUTORIAL FOR a fluid flow geomtry

Feel free to try guys :

https://youtu.be/nPvdVSBqVEM
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