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Old   August 23, 2016, 08:20
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Hello everybody,

I try to generate a 3d wing mesh with ansys meshing. First I meshed the wing with tetrahedron methods according to cornell's tutorial but when I did mesh its orthogonal and skewness quality were bad. It was not in acceptable region especially trailing edge and wing tip. So I tried hex mesh using multizone method with inflation but i didn't achive mesh.

Could you help me how can I achive hex mesh for wing and which mesh strategy should I apply?
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