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Old   November 14, 2005, 02:29
Default Meshing a domain with very small slit using Gambit
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Dear All,

I am trying to generate 2-D mesh for a 270 semi-circle. There is a very thin rectangular object inside the semi-cirlce. Please read the journal file at the end of the message.

One solution is to decompose the whole domain into several sub-domains, and generate meshes for the sub-domains. Is there any simple method to solve the problem? Since my ultimate goal is to generate 3-D mesh.

Best regards.


solver select "FLUENT 5/6" vertex create coordinates 0 0 0 vertex create coordinates 0 50 0 vertex create coordinates -50 0 0 edge create center2points "vertex.1" "vertex.2" "vertex.3" maxarc arc edge create straight "vertex.3" "vertex.1" "vertex.2" face create wireframe "edge.3" "edge.2" "edge.1" real face create width 10 height 0.1 xyplane rectangle face move "face.2" offset 25 0 0
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