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Old   May 13, 2020, 11:48
Default Multiblock Mesh Ogrid Problem
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Hi guys
I've meshing a train using ICEM for a while. I've been using octree->delete volume mesh-> create delauney dand prism method for a while, but i think the cell count and meshing time is taking too long.

I tried to create multiblock fill from convert 2D to 3D block, which successfully generated delaunay meshing around the object, but when i tried to create o grid for inflation layer icem cannot create 3D mesh.

I found some surfaces are not properly covered with surface mesh. Does anyone know how to fix this problem?

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