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Old   September 12, 2018, 11:45
Post Extrusion of a simple C-mesh
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Hello,

Can anybody help me obtain a mesh similar to the one attached in the pictures (2D s809 airfoil) ? I am particularly interested in obtaining the same shape of the C boundary (with the convex 'tongues' on the right side of the domain).

I have seen something similar could be obtained with the Extrude->Normal command by adjusting the smoothness parameters but I never manage to obtain the convex tongues at the outermost layer of points.

Thanks!

Z
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