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Old   December 8, 2013, 08:51
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Hi every body

I modeled a case in Ansys CFX. I want to study the grid independency automatically.

is it possible to use something like as multi configuration method for that?
I mean in every configuraion just the mesh being replaced.

I looking forward for your answers.

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Old   December 8, 2013, 17:03
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I am no expert on the workbench side of things, but I suspect you could do this using multi configurations. You can also probably do it parametrically, if your mesh refinement is suitable to be expressed parametrically.
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Old   December 9, 2013, 02:34
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Yes - it does seem possible via Workbench. ICEM is included in Workbench from v14.5, I think. Atleast I can see the mesh can be parametrised, like the Global Element scale factor and seed size. If your mesh can be parametrised,this is probably a good option because you don't manually re-mesh.

Again - it does seem possible via configurations as well. You have to save your default simulation as configuration1. Then insert a new configuration, whose activation condition is the end of configuration1. Here, if you have the mesh ready - you can specify the mesh file in the remesh tab. Not sure if the meshing can be automated here, but there are options for External commands.
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