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Old   March 19, 2014, 11:42
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Dear user,

I am relatively new to ICEM.
My project is about meshing a wind turbine: it consists of a spherical flow field around that contains the whole assembly, with a cylindrical one around the rotor only.
I meshed the assembly with robust octree as first. This meshed the geometry fine, expect for some little element on the trailing edge which I manually moved in the correct position. To move them I deleted all the volume elements and then moved them.
Then to reconstruct the volume mesh from the surface mesh I used the quick Delaunay. The mesh botained mesh, however, isn't what I would like: ICEM makes a block around my domain and the element are very weird. I will put a picture of it.

If anyone has an input it would be great!

Thanks a lot!

Last edited by Far; March 20, 2014 at 11:01. Reason: Was just adding image at the end of the post to clarify the problem
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