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 September 15, 2007, 15:35 Urgent Gambit help #1 rosol Guest   Posts: n/a Hi Please who can help me to meshing the trapezoidal 3D channel becaouse I canot meshing it .Note that the dimensions is in micron and the problem in meshing the volume since the edges and faces were meshed properly. I will appreciat for any help

 September 15, 2007, 20:01 Re: Urgent Gambit help #2 AAA Guest   Posts: n/a Hi The micron dimensions shouldn't be a problem. Have you tried meshing the whole domain w/o starting with meshed faces? I assume that since this is a channel, there would be two parallel faces for inlet and outlet. If so, use the "Cooper" scheme for this. Another way would be to start by meshing one of those faces only, then use the "size function" to mesh the whole domain. Please let me know if this helps. Regards

 September 17, 2007, 10:38 Re: Urgent Gambit help #3 rosol Guest   Posts: n/a Dear AAA ,sat, I would like to inform you that .This way were not goin good with me and the volumes does nod meshed .Can you expalain the way in more details .Not that my geometry consists of three volumes two trapezoidal channels and one rectangular channel one obove the other which represent a heat exchanger :the first trapezoidal channel then rectangular wall then second trapezoidal channel. Please I need some of your time to help me with this probles Thank you very much for your interst

 September 17, 2007, 10:57 Re: Urgent Gambit help #4 rosol Guest   Posts: n/a Dear AAA ,sat, I would like to inform you that .This way were not goin good with me and the volumes does nod meshed .Can you expalain the way in more details .Not that my geometry consists of three volumes two trapezoidal channels and one rectangular channel one obove the other which represent a heat exchanger :the first trapezoidal channel then rectangular wall then second trapezoidal channel. Please I need some of your time to help me with this probles Thank you very much for your interst

 September 17, 2007, 11:02 Re: Urgent Gambit help #5 rosol Guest   Posts: n/a Dear AAA ,sat, I would like to inform you that .This way were not going good with me and the volumes does nod meshed .Can you explain the way in more details .Not that my geometry consists of three volumes two trapezoidal channels and one rectangular channel one above the other which represent a heat exchanger :the first trapezoidal channel then rectangular wall then second trapezoidal channel. Please I need some of your time to help me with this problems Thank you very much for your interest

 September 17, 2007, 20:52 Re: Urgent Gambit help #6 AAA Guest   Posts: n/a Hi Rosol If you have three volumes, you should be able to mesh them individually. If you can post your domain, I'd be happy to help. Regards

 September 18, 2007, 10:54 Re: Urgent Gambit help #7 rosol Guest   Posts: n/a Dear AAA, Thank you for your help Can you please send me your email to send you more details about my work. I will appreciate your help

 September 19, 2007, 14:19 Re: Urgent Gambit help #8 rosol Guest   Posts: n/a my email is rosolm2000@yahoo.com if you want to help me please send an email to this email address and I will send you any usful information with thanks

 September 19, 2007, 14:39 Re: Urgent Gambit help #9 rosol Guest   Posts: n/a my email is rosolm2000@yahoo.com if you want to help me please send an email to this email address and I will send you any usful information with thanks

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