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Old   June 29, 2021, 23:18
Default Meshing of propeller
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The geometry is not been maintained, when I generated the triangular meshing. How can propeller geometry is retained its original shape after meshing? Fluent doesn't read complex meshed geometry. Suggestion is also being requested. Need suggestions to improve meshing.
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Old   July 1, 2021, 06:07
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When you do surface mesh any complex geometry, you are likely to loose certain degree of the original geometry depends on the refinement levels.
You can use various tools to get better surface mesh. Personally, I would recommend CADfix which can give you very good surface mesh in STL format. It has tools to get a desired refinement on certain regions of the geometry as well.
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