# How to creat mesh in Gambit for airfoil

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 March 8, 2005, 06:29 How to creat mesh in Gambit for airfoil #1 sanjay Guest   Posts: n/a hi,Everyone i sanjay umarani doing my PG-in enginering analysis & design, as a part of my study i have to do project work. I have doing my project in CFD analysis of wind tubine airfoil design. I used eppler code to genert the x-y coordinates. In this i have facing some proble to generate the airfoil in Fluent 1) the coordinate points of upper & lower are not equel ? for example -1098 airfoil of 61 cordinates 2) while meshing some c-gird type mesh to be created in that case the element points are not matching it is giving upper 36 & lower 35 it shoud not to be happened in fluent but givien that error why ? if any one know this regard plesae tell me to what is wrong in this case i have waiting your reply sanjay

 March 8, 2005, 08:22 Re: How to creat mesh in Gambit for airfoil #2 miguel Guest   Posts: n/a HI: Have a look at: http://instruct1.cit.cornell.edu/courses/fluent/ It shows how to mes an airfoil Miguel

 March 8, 2005, 23:54 Re: How to creat mesh in Gambit for airfoil #3 sanjay umarani Guest   Posts: n/a thanks for your reply i have used the same site & same proble. But the co-ordinate i took was genrated by Eppler Code, in this case it is around 33 upper & 29 lower, if you make correction by making equal points, is their any change of shape will occure or what i have taken is correct i dont now. After all correcting the co-oridante if you go head the it is giving meshing problem. As of my knowledg the mesh element should be equeal. but in this case it is giving upper -76 & lower - 75 is it correct ? if you know about plesae help me by sanjay

 March 15, 2005, 04:14 Re: How to creat mesh in Gambit for airfoil #4 white Guest   Posts: n/a Using Gambit, try to import your Eppler coordinate using ICEM Input.

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