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Old   October 24, 2016, 08:03
Default combine Turbogrid mesh with cfx mesh
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hi, I'm trying to simulate a fan in a complex geometry (from now called "frame").
I have generated the fan with vista AFD, modified in blade gen and finally meshed in turbogrid.
I have drawn the frame in solidworks and then imported and meshed in CFX (coarse mesh only to understand how to do!).
1)how I can merge the two mesh?
2)how can I determine the space that I have to leave empty in the frame to put the tgrid mesh?
3)can I create the hub in tgrid(full hub it's ok, without shaft)?

here the link of the files, if you want to have a look:!AlY0liGuZwHig8oy-d_GSD4TwD0IXw

PS: I want to simulate a quarter of the geometry thanks to the symmetry, exactly like in the tutorial 17, RRF.

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