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Old   December 15, 2013, 09:24
Default Translation of ground plane with provided mesh
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Dear all,

I have been provided with a structured hex H-mesh for a high-downforce aerofoil placed in proximity to the ground (which is of course the lower edge of the mesh domain). I am attempting to investigate the effect of altering the vertical distance between the aerofoil and the ground.

My question is; using ICEM, which approach can be used to easily translate the aerofoil vertically relative to the ground plane?

Thank you for reading and I look forward to any response. Apologies if any details have been omitted, please ask if you need any further information.

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