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Old   May 12, 2015, 10:21
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Hi all!

I have to work with a cylindrical geometry that I have to mesh.
The thing is that I am looking to realize a simple O-grid mesh, I used to do it with icem, it was pretty simple, but now with gambit I am really stuck.

I read a question posted in the forum concerning the same problem, but I didn't really get the thing.

Can someone please just list the steps to follow to realize an O-grid mesh.?
I'll be grateful.

thank you in advance.
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