|January 2, 2012, 01:41||
Help me please, i have to finish my thesis in 2 weeks. :)
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first, i'm sorry because i can't speak english very well,
sorry if i can't use the grammer well,
oke,, i have my thesis and have to finish in 2 weeks,,
this is my UNSTRUCTURED geometry on ICEM, this is a flying car, with 2 rotor.
this is the surface mesh, the surface mesh is fine.. but not about volume mesh
but, i can't complete the volume mesh..
this is a comment from comment box. after the volume mesh.
and the "single edge near" was here.
i've been repair the geometry millions time.
but, there's no solution.
WHAT SHOULD I DO?
please help me,,
i'm desperate about that.
i'm sorry if my explanation was bad.
i need your help.. thanks..
|January 2, 2012, 10:24||
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Before attempting the volume mesh portion, run the checks... Particularly the check for single edges.
Create a subset from the single edge check.
Right click on subsets in the model tree and add a layer... Do this a couple times so you get an idea about what is going on around the two subsets.
Then inspect and solve your problem at a mesh editing level. It may be as simple as splitting an edge and then merging the opposing node with it... I can't tell because your image is zoomed out, but if you can't figure it out, just zoom in on each of the subsets (separately) and post a pic.
|January 18, 2012, 17:52||
hello octorisca i read late your message , send me your geometrie in .iges or .tin and the gometrie of far filed and in witch extention of mesh you want ( .mesh .....), i will do it for you , this is my Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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