|January 14, 2011, 07:12||
Danillo Cafaldo dos Reis
Join Date: Jun 2009
Posts: 12Rep Power: 9
I'm working with ICEM and a have a geometry that need a y-stretched mesh in a 2D region. It must look like a coarse mesh at the top and bottom and fine at the middle.
I don't want to use 3 blocks, but a single block with this characteristic.
I can't find a rule that do this. I've tried lots of combinations (exponential, cossine,...).
Am I forgetting something? Maybe wrong parameters.
Can anyone help me?
I will appreciate any help.
|January 14, 2011, 20:11||
Join Date: May 2010
Posts: 44Rep Power: 8
at edge mesh parameters you can select the "From-Graphs" option for Mesh law. This pops up a new window, where you can define the bunching law you want or select e.g. "Functions->Parabola Middle".
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