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Old   May 26, 2014, 15:14
Default Trouble with meshing Chevron Nozzle
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Hey,
I am currently working on CFD analysis of a Circular nozzle with chevrons and studying the effect on the flow properties by the introduction of Chevrons to the Nozzle Geometry. I am using one half of the nozzle(and domain) and an axis-symmetrical approach to save computational time.
The problem is that I have been having trouble with meshing the Chevron part of the nozzle and also the volume just on top of it. If anyone could help me out with the meshing or guide me towards the right direction, I will be really grateful.
I am attaching my dbs file along with this post.

Regards,
Piyush

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...2/ChevNoz6.dbs

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