|April 7, 2016, 07:46||
3D wing Cfd analysis in batch mode
Join Date: Apr 2016
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My task is to perform an automated CFD analysis of an aircraft wing 3D model in batch mode. I tried to do it with Ansys WB scripting language but it takes time to open design modeler to import geometry, then to open mesher for meshing and finally fluent for solution. In addition, I didn't find any scripting language tutorial for Ansys mesher.
Is there any alternative, like to use a separate software that imports and meshes the geometry than export it and import it to fluent (All in batch mode) ?
|April 9, 2016, 11:14||
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Akron, OH
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Yes, there are alternatives. ICEM is a more robust meshing tool (owned by ANSYS) which can be used in lieu of designModeler meshing.
Alternatively, there are opensource pre-processing options (Salome for example) which can export mesh and geometry data formats readily imported into Fluent.
|batch mode, scripting|
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