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Old   August 31, 2016, 17:59
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I'm doing a project in ICEM CFD and Fluent. I have this Wing profile I'm going to mesh for Fluent. It is a bit different than most of the NACA Profiles I have done in some tutorials. Leading-Edge-TO-Trailing-Edge is 150mm.

  1. In the tutorials I have done, they all had a sharp trailing edge where the vertex was merged. Now I have a blunt trailing edge where I can't merge at. How would I make the mesh at the trailing edge and towards the outlet of the ff?
  2. I'm also wondering how to choose the size and shape of the far-field? I have seen all sorts of far-fields in different sizes.
    • I was thinking about the classic C-GRID with the outlet parallel to the blunt.
  3. How can I estimate, how dense the mesh should be at the Air-Foil wall and how many nodes e.t.c.

Thanks in advance,

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