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Old   February 26, 2015, 01:23
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Hello guys,

i found a function in icem -> blocking -> pre mesh params -> refinement, that i used in my model. I have a hexa mesh with several blockings and i used it to refine some blocks in the near of walls. The upcoming problem is, that the nodes of the mesh are not connected anymore, next to a big hexa field are now 4 new hexas for example. In cfx-pre it seems to be a model in model now (picture), where you should use a ggi or something like that. Besides the program inserted a new surface called "coarsed_side" and "fine_side".

The solution required over 200 iterations to converge, normally its about 70. The solution is wrong.

The picture shows the strange behaviour and the new "model in model" after refinement funtion in icem.

Do i have to use GGI or is there another way for the connection between shifted nodes in icem because of refinement function? First i'll try a GGI between these new 2d regions.

Thanks in advance Flashi
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