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Old   March 8, 2019, 05:59
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I am using AUTOGRID5 to generate mesh for a turbine cascade. I have already generated the fine mesh with Number of grid levels = 3 . I would like the use a coarse mesh for initial calculations and use those solution to initilize the fine mesh. I am able to view the coarse grid upto level 3 in 3D mesh but I am not able to save or export the coarse mesh. Is it possible to do that in AUTOGRID5?



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Old   March 11, 2019, 03:14
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It is for use with FINE™/Turbo or FINE™/Open solver? In that case, you could manage in the solver set-up.
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