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Question Blocking strategy - U tube inside a rectangle
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Hello,

I am trying to generate a hex-mesh for a u-tube contained inside a rectangle in ICEM. The problem statement is: fluid flows within the pipe which exchanges heat energy with the surroundings.

If it was only a U-tube, I know the blocking strategy and how to mesh. But I am facing difficulty when it is contained inside the rectangular box. If possible, I do not want to mesh parts separately and merge them later.

I wonder if anyone has gone through similar problem before or does have an idea about its blocking strategy.
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