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Old   October 19, 2006, 12:57
Default impressive meshing by gridgen
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hey guys

I have been using gambit and fluent for last three and half years

during that time i have many problems with fluent and gambit. but the problems with gambit are horrible and had tough time.

Gambit is like a attitude girl frend who is very touchy at manything and wants one particular type of behave. so do the GAMBIT lolz

Recently i have installed gridgen and saw its examples , they really impress me . specially its feature called point connector and line connector. they make the life very much easy for map mesh.

wat do u say , wat are ur view.


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Old   October 20, 2006, 03:07
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I worked with both programs, and consider GG the better of the two. However, ANSA or ICEMcfd are easier to work with, and give better results for complex geometries. I prefer to use Tgrid for volume meshing.
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