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Old   November 13, 2009, 08:57
Default problems creating a mesh of inlet pipe
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it's actually a quite simple question, but I'm a newbie to ICEM. I have an inlet pipe which enters a cubical structure. Therefore, I don't have a surface at side where the water is entering the cubus. When I create the O-grid, the mesh at the side without surface is just completely messed up. Hmmm, how can I create a hexa-mesh at the pipe outlet (where the water is entering the cubus)?

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