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Old   November 11, 2021, 12:11
Default Extruding multiblock meshes on ICEM
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I am trying to create a multiblock quasi-3D mesh by creating a 2D mesh and extruding it in the k-direction. However, I found that the extrude mesh option on ICEM is greyed out unless converting the mesh into an unstructured mesh. I tried to do this and extrude it which worked, but when trying to convert the mesh back to multiblock, it removes the extrusion and goes back to 2D. Anyone know how to work around this?
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Old   June 11, 2022, 05:43
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I also have this exact same issue! Want to extrude a 2D structured multi-block mesh of ICEM-CFD into a 3D grid. Very badly need assistance on this.
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