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Old   December 25, 2016, 13:17
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Hello everybody, I'm new to the forum and to CFD.

I've been making a simple aircraft model in my spare time with Autodesk Inventor and I wanted to run some experiments with Fluent (using Ansys Student 17.2), just for fun. However, I'm unable to mesh the aicraft, apparently because of some problems with the wing, and I would be very glad if someone could help me identify what is causing me trouble. Just to speed things up, I don't think the thin trailing edge is the problem since the horizontal stabilizer (also thin trailing edge) is meshing correctly.

I know almost nothing about Ansys so I'm pretty clueless about which meshing parameters to use. I thought I would post this here while I learn more about it.

The .stp file is too big to upload, so I hope I can email it to you.Captura1.PNG
Thank you very much.
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