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Old   October 17, 2006, 04:12
Default DOME meshing in Gambit
Edward Sayce
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I am an undergraduate at University of Manchester, UK and I am trying to produce (with little sucsess)of a basic dome structure in Gambit to export into Fluent.

I want to use quite a generic case at the moment as I will be studing the loading on the dome from the prevailing wind.

Does anyone have any experience with modelling a dome or selecting the correct type of mesh? If so it would be much appriciated as I am new to all of this!!

Many thanks,


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Old   October 17, 2006, 04:44
Default Re: DOME meshing in Gambit
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Are u talking abt dome at the inlet of engine would u plz explain more abt ur geomtery wat u want to do
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Old   October 17, 2006, 08:13
Default Re: DOME meshing in Gambit
Edward Sayce
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No, I'm talking about a domes structure such as the eden poject or the millenium dome etc.. But most probably on a smaller scale, so for arguments sake something which is 20 or 30m in diameter and 10 or so meters tall.
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