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Old   July 16, 2020, 04:01
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Hello everyone

I have recently been struggling to mesh baffles which are inclined, one at 15 degrees and the other at 30 degrees. The reason i am struggling with this is because I am trying to make sure I have fine meshes around the baffles in order to fully capture boundary layer effects for the cylinder and the baffles. I was hoping someone could give me a step by step guide on how to go about this as this has been proving very difficult for me . I have attached the models below (geom) which you can just transfer to icem.

I was using blocking and o-grid to do this as i did this for the baffles without angles and they worked fine.
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Old   July 24, 2020, 14:18
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Hello everyone

I have recently been struggling to mesh baffles which are inclined, one at 15 degrees and the other at 30 degrees. The reason i am struggling with this is because I am trying to make sure I have fine meshes around the baffles in order to fully capture boundary layer effects for the cylinder and the baffles. I was hoping someone could give me a step by step guide on how to go about this as this has been proving very difficult for me . I have attached the models below (geom) which you can just transfer to icem.

I was using blocking and o-grid to do this as i did this for the baffles without angles and they worked fine.
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I am having 2 years of experience in ICEM CFD and I can support you with this task. Please DM me the details,

Thank you,
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Old   August 5, 2020, 00:45
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Just info for the others - I did the mesh, we agreed on the conditions. However, Famous did not honor his part of the deal. So be warned before trusting him...
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