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Old   April 12, 2002, 10:29
Default Struct Grid Tool
Joe W.
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I would like to find some user review/opinions for a Grid Generation program called GiD. How good is it at multi-block structured grids. I was considering it to do structured grids for NPARC Wind. I know that I would have to customize it for plot3d input/output. I am not sure how big a task that would be. I am not sure that the grids themselves would be good. It is very inexpensive compared to other Grid codes. (you usually get what you pay for)

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Old   April 24, 2002, 05:08
Default Re: Struct Grid Tool
Dr. Rolf Habel
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We use gid at TU Berlin to generate grids for STAR-CD, WAMIT, own codes. So far, it works well and is easy to learn.
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