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Old   January 26, 2005, 11:41
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I am looking for a simple 2D strucutured body fitted grid generator code. I would want to create body fitted grids on geometries like backward facing step, nozzles, sharp corner pipes..etc..

Please let me know some details in this concern.

Thanks for your time.

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Old   January 31, 2005, 14:23
Default Re: Elliptic Grid Generator ...
Sandip N. Jadhav
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Hi, I am posting generic 2d TFI and Elliptic grid generator for single block at following web link. download all 3 files from there.

This code I had written two year back as my MTech course assignement ( Thanks to Prof. Shevare! ) Code is pretty robust, works on 3/4 circle case which have sharp concave corner.

Little modification in input geometry will be able to create geometry u require.

For problem mail me. If found usefull do post

-- Regards, Sandip

Usage in linux; require gcc and gnuplot for display

bash$gcc -lm grid.c -lm bash$./a.out

it should give u instruction to run, follow them. Code will display output in gnuplot.
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