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Old   April 1, 2008, 06:24
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Hello,every1, I've got a problem about Meshing in ICEM10.0 .

Since there are tilting objects hanging inside my geometry, by using Hexa Meshing, the appearence of mesh is inevitably distorted rather than squrely, especially in regions near those tilting objects. The result of Quality Check turned out to be very bad, with about 27,000 negtive grids compared to the total approximately 350,000 grids.

Now I wonder if I can solve the problem by using different meshing methods for different parts, that is, Tetra Meshing for the regions near the tilting objects and Hexa Meshing for the left.

If my opinion is feasible, please tell me how I can get started, or inform me if there is any materials I can refer to for solving my problem.

Thank you for your time.I'll greatly appreciate it if you can take a few minutes to think about my problem and give me some advice.
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