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Old   July 2, 2003, 21:55
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hello friends..i still have a problem on volume meshing.i draw a small aircraft model and the model will put in the wind i draw the half model of the aircraft, and then create a brick which will be assume as a wind tunnel.the dimension of wind tunnle is (1*1*2.5)M.after creating this two volume, i subtract it in to 1 volume.the problem appeared when i mesh the volume,it said that check the skewness and maybe the face mesh is too big for a small gap..then i shift the position on one part of the aircraft, then, the volume mesh is success..the problem comes again when i try to export to fluent.the error is sound like this: A DEFAULT (UNSPECIFIED) BOUNDARY WAS CREATED ERROR:AN INCORRECT MESH HAS BEEN STORED.CHECK MESH QUALITY BEFORE EXPORT. VOLUME 3 HAS INCORRECT MESH AT FACE FACE63... pls advise
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Old   July 3, 2003, 01:25
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It may be helpful if you would split your domain into more than one volume. Instead of substracting the volumes make more smaller volumes with create edge - form face - form volume...

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