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Old   March 20, 2015, 06:13
Default Ensure Prism layers represent the geometry
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Hello all,

I am working with ICEMCFD for meshing (unstructured) and want to create prism layers over the geometry. I am able to generate these layers but the problem I am facing is with complex geometries/pointed geometries (eg:cone apex). The layers are smooth all over the body except at this point. I want layers to be like a coating /paint on the body ie; to retain the shape of the geometry. Can any one tell me how to ensure this?

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