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Old   February 21, 2022, 02:58
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Hey everyone,

I would like to present a tool for the generation of two-dimensional unstructured grids, which I programmed in the last months. It was actually a little side project during the Covid pandemic, in order to learn C++ programming. However, I thought that there might be someone who could have a use for it - maybe for educational purposes e.g. to create simple grids for CFD seminars or to test simple CFD solvers written from scratch.

The grid generator is called TQMesh and you can have a detailed look on it on Github:

https://github.com/FloSewn/TQMesh

The application is run from the command line and currently I only tested it on linux (sorry to all windows / mac users). It is basically a header-only library, so one could use it in other C++ applications.

I am happy for feedback, reports on bug or even on anyone's contribution

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It will br very useful for me because i am passionate about this.
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Hi, I am doing my final year university project. Studying the effect of air flow on the triangular cylinder. I am required to use openfoam. May I ask you, how to implement the unstructured mesh on my project ?
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Hey everyone,

I would like to present a tool for the generation of two-dimensional unstructured grids, which I programmed in the last months. It was actually a little side project during the Covid pandemic, in order to learn C++ programming. However, I thought that there might be someone who could have a use for it - maybe for educational purposes e.g. to create simple grids for CFD seminars or to test simple CFD solvers written from scratch.

The grid generator is called TQMesh and you can have a detailed look on it on Github:

https://github.com/FloSewn/TQMesh

The application is run from the command line and currently I only tested it on linux (sorry to all windows / mac users). It is basically a header-only library, so one could use it in other C++ applications.

I am happy for feedback, reports on bug or even on anyone's contribution

Greetings
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Hi, I am doing my final year university project. Studying the effect of air flow on the triangular cylinder. I am required to use OpenFOAM. May I ask you, how to implement the unstructured mesh on my project?
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Hey there,


unfortunately the output format is currently not yet suitable for OpenFOAM. But I will try to implement it in the future.


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