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Old   October 23, 2006, 03:21
Default 2D mesh generation!! HELP...!
Jesper Sørensen
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I am a construction-engineer student from Denmark, and I have a qustion regarding:

"How to make a 2D-simulation of windflow around i.e an airfoile profile??" The problem is how to generate a 2D-mesh.

This problem i solved in: Ansys CFX release 10 tutorials (Fluid Structure Interaction and Mesh deformation) about a Valve - it is the generation of such a mesh i would like to do!

The way too proceed it NOT by using 3D whit changede Boundery Con. while the length-scale in the 3D-mesh gives problems!!

If anyone can help me/tell me (step-by-step??) how to solve this problem i would be very thankfull!!

Thanks in advance!!


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Old   October 24, 2006, 17:58
Default Re: 2D mesh generation!! HELP...!
M. Lemieux
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CFX question? Wrong forum. But CFX cannot accept 2D meshes, it is only a 3D solver. So in CFX, you need to make your mesh one element thick. You can make a 2D mesh in Gambit or ICEM if you are running the case in FLUENT.

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