# Meshing on simple geometry

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 August 30, 2008, 02:18 Meshing on simple geometry #1 pukiwawa Guest   Posts: n/a I have a simple 2D geometry as shown in the picture. http://www.imageno.com/qk018qje3yx8pic.html And I can only mesh it with Qua/Pave and this is the view after my mesh. http://www.imageno.com/ob3kq9l1v7vgpic.html But this meshing does not look good and the result i obtain from fluent with this match is different with the result shown in text book. Why??? Any idea on how to mesh this thing??? Waiting for reply..

 August 30, 2008, 02:22 Re: Meshing on simple geometry #2 pukiwawa Guest   Posts: n/a I forgot to mention that my objective is to study the flow over a cylinder in 2D.

 August 30, 2008, 06:33 Re: Meshing on simple geometry #3 MK Guest   Posts: n/a Dear pukiwawa First mesh the edges, I mean the circle and the rectangle. Remember that the divisions' numbers must be equal. Then mesh the face through face meshing. If you did not succeed, send the file to me, maybe I can fix it for you.(E-mail: keshavarzian.mohsen@gmail.com) Regards.

 August 30, 2008, 11:24 Re: Meshing on simple geometry #4 pukiwawa Guest   Posts: n/a Dear MK, What type of meshing are you refering to? Pave?

 August 31, 2008, 11:08 Re: Meshing on simple geometry #5 MK Guest   Posts: n/a I meant some type of quad meshing. You should make corresponding meshes (edge meshes) on corresponding parts of cylinder and peripheral square. IIn this way, meshes near the cylinder will be so fine and as we get farther, meshes become larger. I hope you get the point.

 August 31, 2008, 13:04 Re: Meshing on simple geometry #6 pukiwawa Guest   Posts: n/a Dear MK, First, I mesh the circle(edge), then i set the number of interval count of the wall. And this is what i get. http://www.imageno.com/r0ke36nqeccwpic.html Is this a good quality mesh?