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Old   September 22, 2015, 10:50
Default Meshing a nozzle to a rectangular domain.
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Hi everyone. I'm trying to create a mesh similar to that in attached file. Can someone guide me how to create the Grid that the nozzles have?. My problem is that a I don't know if the circular shape of the base of the nozzle has to be the same all along, from the nozzle to the opposite wall? (My idea is to have a regular grid on the opposite wall, trying to project as little as possible the circular shape of the nozzle base). The other question is how can I get the offset O'grid in the wall where the nozzle is suited, i.e. how should be the split of the block for each nozzle.


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