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Old   October 28, 2008, 06:29
Default T-junction meshing in Gambit
David Friis Aarup
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I am trying to mesh a T-junction (as the letter T), an intersection between two cylinders in Gambit. I have divided the volume of the cylinders into parts as a butterfly-volume and meshed them with a hexagonal mesh. My question to you is: how should I mesh the intersection region? I would like to have a lot of cells in there with a structured mesh to obtain a better simulation and would like to hear how to divide the region.

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