|January 25, 2013, 16:06||
Use PointWise to create a wavy wall
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Hi. I am using PointWise to create a wavy wall in my project. I need to let the air flow through a long pipe, first part is a almost smooth wall with roughness=100nm, the second part is connected with the first part and the wall is a "wavy" one. The function looks like 0.05sin(100x) or something (I am not sure). And I plan to use CFX to do the calculation. Is there any way to build the "wavy" wall's geometry and mesh in PointWise?
|January 26, 2013, 21:42||
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There is no analytic sine function in Pointwise. There are some more general curve drawing tools (Catmull-Rom, Akima, Bezier) as well as a conic curve that you could use to approximate a sine curve.
If you're looking for an actual sine curve you'd have to write a Glyph script to generate a discrete approximation to a sine curve using a series of segments. Of course the more segments the better the approximation.
Let me know if you need help with a script to do that.
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