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Old   May 3, 2020, 13:28
Default Structured Meshing for F1 car.
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Hello Guys!

I am a new CFD enthusiast and new to this community as well. I require help. Can anyone please tell me how to mesh F1 Car (Hexa Meshing) in ICEM CFD for external aerodynamics? I have been trying the "blocking method" for days but can't seem to do it. I have previously used the blocking method on Ahmed Body but how to hex mesh such complicated geometries? I am attaching images of my geometry in ICEM. Any method will work just Hexa meshing.

Thank you so much in advance. Please Help need this for my project.
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