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Old   September 10, 2015, 10:29
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Hi guys!

I'm a novel user of enGrid1.4 for the past two months. Great meshing tool!!
This is my first thread in the forum. I hope you can help me.

Has anyone used succesfully a source for surface meshing (sphere, cone, box or pipe)?? Besides of the cone source used in the damper tutorial, I can't find any other example or explanation for this feature.

I'm meshing a cylindrical water pipe with a flow disturber inside, and I would like to refine the cylindrical surface mesh downstream, after the disturber. Any ideas about how to use sources? Any ideas about how to refine the mesh in a specific zone?
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