|July 5, 2016, 10:37||
Meshing problem for transient analysis
Join Date: Jun 2016
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I am trying to make transient analysis for a simplified piston model with single intake and single outlet. I have shown it in picture 1 .
I have a problem with "negative volume " . I know my mesh is very bad . The surface mesh is pretty good to look from outside but inside using section plane ,it looks very bad as in pic 2.
How do I make a hexagonal mesh which are same in size ? Is it possible that I can "extrude " mesh from the base till the top ?
What are best practices to make hexa mesh ?
Also is there a comprehensive tutorial/PDF to read for transient analysis ?
Probably there are a lot of posts on this but I have less time now to search all. It will be nice to get specific answer for my problem.
|cfx, hex dominant method, ic engine, transient analysis|
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