|December 14, 2015, 22:27||
Meshing a airfoil 3d
Join Date: Dec 2015
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first off, I'm rather new to CFD.
I try to create a 3D mesh in the Ansys Mesher (not ICEM) for a small racing car but there are a few parts that always crash my mesh (meaning it doesn't even finish meshing but aborts and shows error messages).
One of those parts is the wings. I use the well known high lift wing S1223 in various multi-element airfoils configurations. It seems like the rear end of those wings, which is very sharp, is not meshable with my mesh configurations.
Any idea which option i can change to make my mesh successful?
I tried to adjust the curvature normal angle and the element size but it didn't pay off so far.
I am using tetrahedrons, should I maybe change my mesh geometry?
|3d simulations, airfoil 3d, car aerodynamics|
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