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Old   April 13, 2010, 15:14
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I am trying to analyse a NACA aerofoil. I have fiddled around with the ANSYS workbench mesh, however I am not to pleased.

The other option I have is ICEM, I have no experience with blocking, and I find the learning curve quite steep. Is there a tutorial, website or University material which explains meshing airfoils in ICEM?


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Old   April 16, 2010, 18:03
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My email was down much of today... and since no one was bugging me with work, I finally made a 2D Hexa airfoil tutorial (in three parts) to answer this frequently asked question.

They are on the ANSYS YouTube site...

I hope it helps...

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